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Main Title Genetic Toxicology of Gene-Tox Non-Carcinogens (Journal Version).
Author Waters, M. D. ; Bergman, H. B. ; Nesnow, S. ;
CORP Author Health Effects Research Lab., Research Triangle Park, NC.
Publisher 1987
Year Published 1987
Report Number EPA/600/J-88/087;
Stock Number PB89-109672
Additional Subjects Toxicology ; Bioassay ; Carcinogens ; Genetics ; Organic compounds ; Laboratory animals ; Chromosome abnormalities ; Evaluation ; Benzoin ; Caffeine ; Ethyl alcohol ; Malathion ; Maleic hydrazide ; Methotrexate ; Phenylene diamines ; Reprints ; Mutagenicity tests ; Neoplastic cell transformation ; Halothane ; Hycanthone methanesulfonate ; Naphthylamines ; Nitrophenylenediamines ; Caprolactam ; CAS 119-53-9 ; CAS 123-33-1 ; CAS 106-50-3 ; CAS 105-60-2 ; CAS 58-08-2 ; CAS 64-17-5 ; CAS 151-67-7 ; CAS 23255-93-8 ; CAS 134-32-7 ; CAS 99-56-9 ; CAS 121-75-7 ; CAS 59-05-01
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NTIS  PB89-109672 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 03/14/1989
Collation 47p
Abstract
The Gene-Tox program evaluation of chemicals has identified 61 chemicals that have been tested in chronic rodent bioassays and found to be inactive. The genetic toxicology data of these 61 non-carcinogens is reviewed and summarized. The genetic toxicity of 12 chemicals with sufficient data is discussed in detail. A new technique for the evaluation of multiple test data, the Genetic Activity Profile, has been applied to the last 6 chemicals, allowing the qualitative and quantitative information to be compared collectively. In the evaluation of the genotoxic effects of these non-carcinogens, a number of discrepancies between the results from genetic toxicity bioassays and chronic rodent bioassays have been uncovered. These discrepancies are discussed in light of current knowledge on the strengths and weaknesses of both genetic toxicity bioassays and chronic rodent bioassays.