Repeated exposure to acetaldehyde vapor. Studies in Syrian golden hamsters.

@article{Kruysse1975RepeatedET,
  title={Repeated exposure to acetaldehyde vapor. Studies in Syrian golden hamsters.},
  author={A Kruysse and Victor J. Feron and H. P. Til},
  journal={Archives of environmental health},
  year={1975},
  volume={30 9},
  pages={449-52}
}
The subacute inhalation toxicity of acetaldehyde was examined with four groups of 20 hamsters each, exposed repeatedly to acetaldehyde vapor at concentrations of 0, 390, 1,340, and 4,560 ppm (six hr day, five days/week) for a 90-day period. The highest level induced growth retardation, ocular and nasal irritation, increased numbers of erythrocytes… CONTINUE READING