Chronic oral toxicity of cannabinoids in rats.
Toxicity of short-term administration of cannabinoids to rhesus monkeys.
Acute, subacute and 23-day chronic marihuana inhalation toxicities in the rat.
cis-Dichlorodiammineplatinum(II) (NSC-119 875): preclinical toxicologic evaluation of intravenous injection in dogs, monkeys and mice.
Comparison of acute oral toxicity of cannabinoids in rats, dogs and monkeys.
Effects of cannabis on fetal development of rodents.
- H. Rosenkrantz
- Medicine, BiologyAdvances in the biosciences
The embryocidal effect of marihuana and Δ9-THC was demonstrated by two routes and in two rodent species and appeared to be related to vaginal bleeding, possibly a consequence of interrupted development of fetoplacental circulation and deranged hormone balance.
Cannabinoid-induced hormone changes in monkeys and rats.
- H. Rosenkrantz, H. Esber
- Biology, MedicineJournal of Toxicology and Environmental Health…
- 1 March 1980
Hormone imbalance may explain cannabinoid-induced embryotoxicity and impaired gonadal function in rats and monkeys exposed to marihuana smoke or pure cannabinoids.
Preliminary toxicity findings in dogs and rodents given the iron chelator ethylenediamine-N,N'-bis(2-hydroxyphenylacetic acid) (EDHPA).
The embryotoxic effects of cannabinoids in rats and mice.
Evaluation of polymeric hydroxamic acid iron chelators for treatment of iron overload.
- A. Winston, D. Varaprasad, J. Metterville, H. Rosenkrantz
- ChemistryJournal of Pharmacology and Experimental…
- 1 March 1985
A series of polymers bearing hydroxamic acid-terminated side chains were prepared for the purpose of developing new iron chelators for treating iron overload in beta-thalassemia (Cooley's anemia) and other iron diseases and four exhibited strong activity, as good or better than desferrioxamine in iron removal capability.