Environmentally relevant mixing ratios in cumulative assessments: a study of the kinetics of pyrethroids and their ester cleavage metabolites in blood and brain; and the effect of a pyrethroid mixture on the motor activity of rats.

@article{Starr2014EnvironmentallyRM,
  title={Environmentally relevant mixing ratios in cumulative assessments: a study of the kinetics of pyrethroids and their ester cleavage metabolites in blood and brain; and the effect of a pyrethroid mixture on the motor activity of rats.},
  author={J M Starr and Stephen E Graham and David G Ross and Rogelio Tornero-Velez and Edward J Scollon and Michael J. Devito and Kevin M. Crofton and Marcelo Javier Wolansky and Michael F Hughes},
  journal={Toxicology},
  year={2014},
  volume={320},
  pages={15-24}
}
UNLABELLED National surveys of United States households and child care centers have demonstrated that pyrethroids are widely distributed in indoor habited dwellings and this suggests that co-exposure to multiple pyrethroids occurs in nonoccupational settings. The purpose of this research was to use an environmentally relevant mixture of pyrethroids to assess their cumulative effect on motor activity and develop kinetic profiles for these pyrethroids and their hydrolytic metabolites in brain and… CONTINUE READING

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