Dibromochloropropane inhibits spermatogonial development in rats.


Exposure to the nematocide dibromochloropropane (DBCP) has caused prolonged oligo- and azoospermia in men. There are questions regarding the cellular targets resulting in this effect. In this study we characterized an animal model, in which four daily injections of DBCP produced prolonged oligospermia in LBNF(1) rats without any indication of recovery… (More)


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