Thirteen-week oral toxicity of para- and ortho- chloronitrobenzene in rats and mice.


Para- and ortho-chloronitrobenzene (p- and o-CNB) were compared for subchronic toxicity by feeding F344 rats and BDF(1) mice of both sexes p-CNB-or o-CNB-containing diets at 5 different concentrations for 13 weeks. The two isomers induced hematotoxicity and hepatotoxicity of different toxic potencies. p-CNB produced an anemic sign of external appearance in… (More)

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