||Teratology/Reproductive Studies in Rats using Diesel Fuel, Jet Fuel A, Kerosene, and Unleaded Gasoline.
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Laboratory tests ;
Airborne contaminants ;
Reproductive studies ;
Growth inhibition ;
Fetal growth organogensis
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||Pregnant female rats were exposed to graded airborne concentrations (0, 106.4 and 364.0 ppm) of the test material on Days 6 through 15 of gestation. There were no changes in the dams that indicated an adverse compound-related effect. There was no evidence of compound-induced terata, variation in sex ratio, embryo toxicity or inhibition of fetal growth and development.
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