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mutagenic effects

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... 2,4-D exposure is unlikely to be teratogenic in humans at expected exposure levels. Mutagenic effects: 2,4-D has been very extensively tested and was found to be nonmutagenic in ... study, significant effects occurred in chromosomes in cultured human cells at low exposure levels [26]. The data suggest that 2,4-D is not mutagenic or has low mutagenic potential. Carcinogenic effects: 2,4 ...

... effects, including lower ovarian weights and fewer offspring born [33]. These data suggest that reproductive effects are not likely in humans at expected exposure levels. Teratogenic effects: No data are currently available. Mutagenic effects ... . Fate in humans and animals: No data are currently available. Ecological Effects: Effects on birds: Several dietary feeding tests indicate that 2,4-DB is ...
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... potential human carcinogens based on animal studies.1, 2 Mancozeb, a dithiocarbamate fungicide, has both mutagenic and teratogenic properties.3, 4 In my academic-based clinic, with a largely referral population ... . 1990;21:87-92. MEDLINE 2. Barale R, Scapoli C, Meli C, et al. Cytogenetic effects of benzimidazoles in mouse bone marrow. Mutat Res. 1993;300:15-28. MEDLINE 3. Vettorazzi ...

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