Organophosphate polyneuropathy in chicks.

@article{Peraica1993OrganophosphatePI,
  title={Organophosphate polyneuropathy in chicks.},
  author={Maja Peraica and E Capodicasa and Angelo Moretto and Marcello Lotti},
  journal={Biochemical pharmacology},
  year={1993},
  volume={45 1},
  pages={
          131-5
        }
}
Neuropathology of organophosphate-induced delayed neuropathy (OPIDN) in young chicks
TLDR
It is demonstrated that after neuropathic DFP exposure, 2-week-old chicks develop pathological lesions in the spinal cord without neurological deficits, and the claim of apparent age resistance of chicks to OPIDN needs to be re-evaluated.
Organophosphate-Induced Delayed Polyneuropathy
TLDR
This article mainly discusses OP pesticide poisoning, particularly when caused by chlorpyrifos, dichlorvos, isofenphos, methamidophos, mipafox, trichlorfon,trichlornat, phosphamidon/mevinphos and by certain carbamates.
Potentiation of organophosphorus-induced delayed neurotoxicity following phenyl saligenin phosphate exposures in 2-, 5-, and 8-week-old chickens.
  • P. Harp, D. Tanaka, C. Pope
  • Biology, Psychology
    Fundamental and applied toxicology : official journal of the Society of Toxicology
  • 1997
TLDR
It is concluded that posttreatment with neuropathic or nonneuropathic NTE inhibitors, following virtually complete NTE inhibition by either single or repeated doses of a neuropathic agent in sensitive age groups, can modify both the clinical and morphological indices of delayed neurotoxicity.
Effects of various post-treatment by phenylmethylsulfonyl fluoride on delayed neurotoxicity induced by leptophos.
TLDR
It is indicated that post-treatment with PMSF promotes leptophos-induced OPIDN and reduces the period to OPIDn onset and variations in both the dose and the time intervals of PMSF post- Treatment suggest that PMSF should not be used for either the treatment or the prevention ofOPIDN.
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A case of severe intoxication in a 4½-year-old child following ingestion of a lubricant containing TCP is reported, typical of previously reported acute ingestions in adults.
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Neuropathy target esterase from hen brains was radiolabelled at the active site with [3H]diisopropyl phosphorofluoridate and the 150‐kDa subunit polypeptide appears as a single band on analytical SDS‐PAGE.
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