||Delayed Neuropathy in Adult Peking Ducks Induced By Some Organophosphorus Esters.
Soliman, S. A. ;
Farmer, J. D. ;
||Alexandria Univ. (Egypt).;Health Effects Research Lab., Research Triangle, Park, NC.
||EPA-68-02-3252 ;EPA-68-02-3725; EPA/600/J-84/306;
Phosphorus organic compounds ;
Phosphoric acid/(tricresyl-ester) ;
Environmental health ;
Phosphonothioic acid/(bromo-dichlorophenyl-ester)-(methyl-ester)-phenyl ;
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||Tri-o-cresyl phosphate (TOCP), leptophos (0-methyl 0-(4-bromo-2,5,-dichlorophenyl) phenylphosphonothioate) and cyanofenphos (0-ethyl 0-(4-cyanophenyl) phenylphosphonothioate) were used to determine whether adult peking ducks would exhibit neurotoxicity after exposure to such chemicals. Clinical, histopathological, and specific biochemical tests were used to detect the neurologic dysfunctions that were induced by these neurotoxic agents. Ducks were orally treated with TOCP or leptophos at 100 or 10 mg/kg(d)for 30 d, respectively. Another group of ducks received cyanofenphos at 4 mg/kg(d)for 10 d.
||Pub. in Jnl. of Toxicology and Environmental Health 14, p789-801 Dec 84.
|NTIS Title Notes
||Reprint: Delayed Neuropathy in Adult Peking Ducks Induced By Some Organophosphorus Esters.
|PUB Date Free Form
||6T; 68E; 57Y
||Not available NTIS