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Comparing the mutagenicity of toxaphene after aging in anoxic soils and accumulating in fish.
James C Young
Anne D Freeman
Ecotoxicology and environmental safety
Corpus ID: 19729424
A test program was conducted to evaluate the mutagenicity of toxaphene residuals extracted from aged soils and from fish…
Investigations on the sorption of a toxaphene model congener, the B7-1450, on marine sediments.
Y. D. Soubaneh
Corpus ID: 31969969
Sorption is a natural process that takes place in sediments or soils and changes the mobility and availability of hydrophobic…
Structure of a persistent heptachlorobornane in toxaphene (b7-1000) agrees with molecular model predictions.
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
Corpus ID: 2663906
A Cl(7) component of technical toxaphene (CTT), previously detected in marine mammals and fish and referred to as "7-1", was…
Polychlorobornane components of toxaphene: structure-toxicity relations and metabolic reductive dechlorination.
W. V. Turner
Corpus ID: 27495626
2,2,5-endo,6-exo,8,9,10-Heptachlorobornane and four derivatives of this heptachlorobornane, with an additional chlorine atom at…
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