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Chlorpyrifos (CPF), a highly effective organophosphate pesticide (OP), is extensively used worldwide. However, its agricultural use was extensively reduced in 2001. Several studies have suggested an association between mood disorders and CPF exposure in humans, especially in children, a subgroup that is highly susceptible to xenobiotics. We investigated the(More)
Chlorpyrifos (CPF) is a broad spectrum, highly effective organophosphorus (OP) pesticide that has been largely used worldwide. Over the past decades, numerous studies have assessed the potential neurotoxic effects of either acute or chronic exposure to CPF on developing brain. Despite being an acetylcholinersterase inhibitor, the effects of CPF are not only(More)
In recent years, the widespread use of chlorpyrifos (CPF) has aroused concerns regarding its potential neurotoxic effects, especially in developing individuals. One of the major consequences of CPF exposure is mood disorders such as depression. Epidemiological studies have demonstrated susceptibility to depression in populations with a history of CPF(More)
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