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Studies Of Industrial Poisoning In The Synthetic Resin Industries. Part I Studies Of Organo Tin Poisoning

Author: Suzuki, T (1961) Kansai Ika Daigaku. Zasshi 13:532-544. HERO ID: 1580053

[Less] The occupational effects of exposure to organotin compounds were investigated in two Japanese factories. . . . [More] The occupational effects of exposure to organotin compounds were investigated in two Japanese factories. The chemical processes at the facilities consisted of the formulation of iodobutyl from butanol and iodine. Metallic tin (7440315) was added to form dibutyltin-iodide (2865192) (DTI). Caustic soda was added to DTI to form dibutyltin-oxide (818086) (DTO), followed by the addition of hydrochloric-acid and more caustic soda. Lauric-acid was added to the highly pure DTO that resulted in the production of dibutyltin-laurate (77587), the final product. Workers complained of mucous membrane irritation and skin injury. Among 85 workers who received blood, urine, and liver function tests, the only characteristic found was an abnormally high rate of positive individuals for the occult blood test using orthotoluidine. This was determined to be caused by excretion of a metabolite of organotin compounds. Over a 4 year period, two cases of liver damage occurred. The author concludes that skin damage is alleviated somewhat by protective devices. Liver damage is caused by absorption of organotin compounds and can develop after 2 or 3 years of exposure. Reduced contact with the harmful substances is recommended wherever possible. (Japanese)

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Relative intoxicating effects on rats of ethyl, propyl and butyl alcohols

Author: Wallgren, H (1960) Acta Pharmacologica et Toxicologica 16:217-222. HERO ID: 783539


Technical Report
Technical Report

Table VI Toxicity Tests

Author: Anonymous (1956) HERO ID: 1580092

[Less] Sixty chemical compounds were experimentally screened for toxicity to mice as a routine procedure for . . . [More] Sixty chemical compounds were experimentally screened for toxicity to mice as a routine procedure for estimating the tolerated doses for the Sarcoma 180 assay. The compounds were administered intraperitoneally. Records were kept of physiological responses and weight changes. Results indicated the dose, mortality and day of death, or the maximum tolerated dose. Compounds which were highly toxic included 4-(2-furyl)-2-butanone (699172) and alpha-methyl-2-furanpropanol.

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Stability of Colorimetric Reagent for Chromium, s-Diphenylcarbazide, in Various Solvents

Author: Urone, PF (1955) HERO ID: 1580069

[Less] The deterioration and sensitivity of s-diphenylcarbazide, a widely used colorimetric reagent for chromium . . . [More] The deterioration and sensitivity of s-diphenylcarbazide, a widely used colorimetric reagent for chromium (7440473), were studied in a variety of solutions involving seven organic solvents. Nonaqueous ethyl-acetate (141786) and acetone (67641) solutions were stable for months; methyl-ethyl-ketone (78933), methyl-cellosolve (109864), and 2-propanol (67630) solutions were usable for 1 to 2 weeks. Aqueous solutions, solvents tending to be basic, and solvents containing traces of water or basic impurities do not make good solvents for stock solutions of the colorimetric reagent.

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Studies in detoxication: 46. The metabolism of aliphatic alcohols the glucuronic acid conjugation of acyclic aliphatic alcohols

Authors: Kamil, IA; Smith, JN; Williams, RT (1953) Biochemistry 53:129-136. HERO ID: 31180


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The mutagenic action of various chemicals on Micrococcus aureus

Author: Clark, JB (1953) Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 34:114-118. HERO ID: 625737

[Less] Reports of a large number of experiments on the mutagenic action of various chemicals have been published- . . . [More] Reports of a large number of experiments on the mutagenic action of
various chemicals have been published- in recent years. The ultimate goal
of such work has been to find some new tool of research that would aid to
the determination of the exact chemical nature of the gene or an elucidation of its action. However, it has been found that mutagenicity is not
a specific property of anyone group of chemicals. Work by Witkin (4),
Demerec, Wallace, and Witkin (2), and Demerec, Bertani, and Flint (1)
has demonstrated that a wide variety of compounds with different properties
may be mutagenic for microorganisms. Herskowitz (3) has summarized
the mutagenic effects of a large number of chemicals on Drosophila.

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The role of organic peroxides in the induction of mutations

Authors: Dickey, FH; Cleland, GH; Lotz, C (1949) Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 35:581-586. HERO ID: 735293


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The Vasopressor Activity of Some New Orally Active Sympathomimetic Amines

Authors: Siegmund, OH; Nash, VL; Cranger, HR (1948) HERO ID: 1580037

[Less] The vasopressor activity of several orally active sympathomimetic amines was investigated in experimental . . . [More] The vasopressor activity of several orally active sympathomimetic amines was investigated in experimental studies. Compounds studied are 1-(m-hydroxyphenyl)-2-aminopropanol-hydrochloride, 1-(p-hydroxycyclohexyl)-2-amino-propane hydrobromide, N-methyl homolog of 1-(p-hydroxycyclohexyl)-2-amino-propane HBr, and the optical isomers of 1-cyclohexyl-2-methyl-aminopropane-hydrochloride. Saturation of the ring of several phenyl compounds to produce cyclohexyl isopropylamines results in compounds which possess prolonged vasopressor effects given orally. Saturation of the ring results in some diminution of vasopressor effects; the activity of the compounds ranges from 1/6 to 2/3 that of their phenyl analogs when given iv. However, these differences are less evident when the drugs are given orally. The cyclohexyl compounds tested exhibit the unexpected characteristic of being much less stimulative of the central nervous system than are their phenyl analogs.

Technical Report
Technical Report

STUDIES ON THE CAMPHOR REACTION OF YEAST

Author: Levan, A (1947) (457-514). (EMICBACK/4630). Health and Safety Executive. HERO ID: 1579938


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Effects of mononitroparaffins and related compounds on blood pressure and respiration of rabbits

Authors: Machle, W; Scott, EW (1943) Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 53:42-43. HERO ID: 64601

[Less] The toxicity of the following mononitroparaffins was tested in experimental studies: nitromethane (75525); . . . [More] The toxicity of the following mononitroparaffins was tested in experimental studies: nitromethane (75525); nitroethane (79243); 1-nitropropane (108032); 2-nitropropane (79469); 1-nitrobutane (627054); 2-nitrobutane (600248); 2-nitro-2-methyl-propanol (124685); 2-nitro-2-methyl-,3-propanediol; tris-(hydroxymethyl)nitromethane; 2-amino-2-methyl-1-propanol; 2-amino-2-methyl-1,3-propanediol (115695); tris-(hydroxymethyl)methylamine (the last 3 were tested as hydrochlorides). The first 6 compounds showed no significant effect on blood pressure or respiration of rabbits. A graph is given of the effects of nitroethane and 2-nitropropane on rabbit blood pressure as compared with effects induced by glycerol-trinitrate, erythrityl-tetranitrate (7297258) and sodium-nitrite (7632000). The nitrates and sodium-nitrite had greater effect in smaller doses than did the nitroparaffins.