The study assessed possible adverse immunological effects of trans-1,2-dichloroethylene (DCE) on random-bred CD-1 mice following 14 and 90 days of exposure. A 14-day range-finding study was performed on male mice by gavage at doses 1/10 and 1/100 the LD50 (210 and 21 mg/kg). No alterations in either humoral or cell-mediated immunity were observed following the exposure. A 90-day study was conducted in which DCE was administered in the drinking water of male and female mice. The levels of DCE in the drinking water were calculated to deliver levels equivalent to, and higher than, those delivered for 14 days (17, 175, and 387 mg/kg for males and 23, 224, and 452 mg/kg for females). No changes were observed in the cellmediated immune status of either sex or in the humoral immune status of females.