Cataractous Effects of Maternal use of Hair Dyes During Pregnancy

  title={Cataractous Effects of Maternal use of Hair Dyes During Pregnancy},
  author={I. Erbağci and C. Bağcı and I. Sari and T. Bilgiç and A. Bati and M. Karaca and Mehmet Ozaslan and N. Bekir},
  journal={Biotechnology & Biotechnological Equipment},
  pages={133 - 138}
  • I. Erbağci, C. Bağcı, +5 authors N. Bekir
  • Published 2006
  • Biology
  • Biotechnology & Biotechnological Equipment
  • ABSTRACT The purpose of the study was to investigate and compare the histopathological effects of hair dye additives 2-Amino-5-Nitrophenol (2A5NP) and 2-Nitro-p-Phenylendiamin (2NPPD) on crystalline lenses of neonates from pregnant rats that have been administered these additives subcutaneously. The study included 90 neonates of 26 nulligravida Wistar-albino rats among which ten were given 100 mg/kg/day 2A5NP (Group I), ten rats received 150 mg/kg/day 2NPPD (Group II) and rats received saline… CONTINUE READING
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