Behavioral Effects of Acute Aerosol Exposure to N, N-Diethy-Meta-toluamide (M-Det), January - February 1979

@inproceedings{Sherman1979BehavioralEO,
  title={Behavioral Effects of Acute Aerosol Exposure to N, N-Diethy-Meta-toluamide (M-Det), January - February 1979},
  author={Richard A. Sherman},
  year={1979}
}
Abstract : Groups of 10 male and 10 female rats were exposed for single 4-hour periods to aerosols of M-Det (an insect repellent) at concentrations estimated to be: (1) high enough to produce minimal toxic signs (4100 mg/cu m); (2) too low to produce toxic signs (2900 mg/cw m); or (3) somewhat lower (2300 mg/cu m). Concommitant controls were exposed to chamber air only. The rats were given a battery of behavioral tests as soon as the exposure period ended. The results of the battery permitted… CONTINUE READING