19 chlorinated paraffins toxicological risks of selected

19 chlorinated paraffins | toxicological risks of selected

19 Chlorinated Paraffins | Toxicological Risks of Selected

CHLORINATED PARAFFINS 474 TABLE 19â 6 Teratogenicity Studies on Chlorinated Paraffins Species, Strain Doses (mg/kg-d) Duration, Route Effects Reference Short-chain chlorinated paraffins C10â 13, 58% Cl2 Rat, Charles River 100, 500, 2,000 d 6â 19 of gestation, Dams: Eight of 25 IRDC 1982, as gavage pregnant dams from the reviewed by Serrone

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chlorinated paraffins toxicological risks of selected

chlorinated paraffins toxicological risks of selected

19 Chlorinated Paraffins | Toxicological Risks of Selected CHLORINATED PARAFFINS 440 19 Chlorinated Paraffins THIS chapter reviews the physical and chemical properties, toxicokinetics, toxicological, epidemiological, and exposure data on chlorinated paraffins.1 The subcommittee used that information to characterize the health risk from

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toxicological risks of selected flame-retardant chemicals

Toxicological Risks of Selected Flame-Retardant Chemicals

This report evaluates toxicological, epidemiological, and exposure data on the 16 specified flame-retardant (FR) chemicals, and characterizes risks to human health from exposure to furniture upholstery treated with such chemicals. It is hoped that the findings of the report will be useful to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission and Congress in making decisions regarding the safe use of FR

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the toxicological effects of chlorinated paraffins in mammals

The toxicological effects of chlorinated paraffins in mammals

Chlorinated paraffins are a group of chemicals derived from n -paraffins containing between 10 and 30 carbon atoms which are chlorinated to between 40 and 70% (w/w). Representative grades were tested for acute oral toxicity and skin irritancy in rats, eye irritancy in rabbits, and potential mutagenic effects in two in vitro tests.

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1 introduction | toxicological risks of selected flame

1 Introduction | Toxicological Risks of Selected Flame

Toxicological Risks of Selected Flame-Retardant Chemicals is organized into 18 chapters and two appendices. Chapter 2 describes the risk assessment process used by the subcommittee in determining the risk associated with potential exposure to the various FR chemicals.

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toxicological risks of selected flame-retardant chemicals

Toxicological Risks of Selected Flame-Retardant Chemicals

Toxicological Risks of Selected Flame-Retardant Chemicals is organized into 18 chapters and two appendices. Chapter 2 describes the risk assessment process used by the subcommittee in determining the risk associated with potential exposure to the various FR chemicals.

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table of contents: toxicological risks of selected flame

Table of Contents: Toxicological risks of selected flame

Toxicological risks of selected flame-retardant chemicals / Subcommittee on Flame-Retardant Chemicals, Committee on Toxicology Board on Environmental Studies and Toxicology, Commission on Life Sciences, National Research Council.

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the toxicological effects of chlorinated paraffins in mammals

The toxicological effects of chlorinated paraffins in mammals

TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY 54, 514-525 (1980) The Toxicological Effects of Chlorinated Paraffins in Mammals ROBIN DUNCAN NICHOLAS BIRTLEY, DAVID MICHAEL CONNING,' JOHN WYNFORD DANIEL 2 DAVID MACKAY FERGUSON,' ERIC LONGSTAFF, AND ANDREW ALEXANDER BUCHANAN SWAN Imperial Chemical Industries Limited, Central Toxicology Laboratory, Alderley Park, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK10 4TJ, England

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investigation of selected potential environmental

Investigation of selected potential environmental

Chlorinated paraffins, in most cases, contain 10 to 30 carbon atoms and a chlorine content of 40 to 70%. They are used as lubricating oil additives, secondary plasticizers, and flame retardants. Information on physical and chemical properties, production methods and quantities, commercial uses and factors affecting environmental contamination

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chlorinated paraffins and the environment. 2. aquatic and

Chlorinated paraffins and the environment. 2. Aquatic and

Effects of chlorinated paraffins on liver weight, cytochrome P-450 concentration and microsomal enzyme activities in chick embryos. Archives of Toxicology 1985, 57 (1) , 69-71.

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risk assessment of chlorinated paraffins in feed

risk assessment of chlorinated paraffins in feed

CHLORINATED PARAFFINS 440 19 Chlorinated Paraffins THIS chapter reviews the physical and chemical properties, toxicokinetics, toxicological, epidemiological, and exposure data on chlorinated paraffins.1 The subcommittee used that information to characterize the health risk from exposure to chlorinated paraffins.

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table of contents: toxicological risks of selected flame

Table of Contents: Toxicological risks of selected flame

Toxicological risks of selected flame-retardant chemicals / Subcommittee on Flame-Retardant Chemicals, Committee on Toxicology Board on Environmental Studies and Toxicology, Commission on Life Sciences, National Research Council.

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toxicological risks of selected flame-retardant chemicals

Toxicological Risks of Selected Flame-Retardant Chemicals

Toxicological Risks of Selected Flame-Retardant Chemicals is organized into 18 chapters and two appendices. Chapter 2 describes the risk assessment process used by the subcommittee in determining the risk associated with potential exposure to the various FR chemicals.

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risk assessment of short-chain chlorinated paraffins in japan

Risk Assessment of Short-Chain Chlorinated Paraffins in Japan

NTP (1986) Toxicology and carcinogenesis studies of chlorianted paraffins (C 12, 60% Chlorine) (CAS No. 63449-39-8) in F344/N rats and B6C3F 1 mice (gavage studies). Research triangle park, North Carolina, US Department of Health and Human Services, National Toxicology Program (Technical Report Series No.308) Google Scholar

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table of contents: toxicological risks of selected flame

Table of Contents: Toxicological risks of selected flame

Toxicological risks of selected flame-retardant chemicals / Subcommittee on Flame-Retardant Chemicals, Committee on Toxicology Board on Environmental Studies and Toxicology, Commission on Life Sciences, National Research Council. Imprint: Washington, D.C. : National Academy Press, [2000] Description

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investigation of selected potential environmental

Investigation of selected potential environmental

Chlorinated paraffins, in most cases, contain 10 to 30 carbon atoms and a chlorine content of 40 to 70%. They are used as lubricating oil additives, secondary plasticizers, and flame retardants. Information on physical and chemical properties, production methods and quantities, commercial uses and factors affecting environmental contamination

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chlorinated paraffins and the environment. 2. aquatic and

Chlorinated paraffins and the environment. 2. Aquatic and

Effects of chlorinated paraffins on liver weight, cytochrome P-450 concentration and microsomal enzyme activities in chick embryos. Archives of Toxicology 1985, 57 (1) , 69-71.

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risk assessment of chlorinated paraffins in feed

risk assessment of chlorinated paraffins in feed

CHLORINATED PARAFFINS 440 19 Chlorinated Paraffins THIS chapter reviews the physical and chemical properties, toxicokinetics, toxicological, epidemiological, and exposure data on chlorinated paraffins.1 The subcommittee used that information to characterize the health risk from exposure to chlorinated paraffins.

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risk assessment of chlorinated paraffins in feed and food

Risk assessment of chlorinated paraffins in feed and food

Published on: Mon, 09 Mar 2020 The European Commission asked EFSA for a scientific opinion on the risks for animal and human health related to the presence of chlorinated paraffins in feed and food. The data for experimental animals were reviewed and the CONTAM Panel identified the liver, kidney and thyroid as the target organs for the SCCP and

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chlorinated paraffins: evaluation of risks to health from

Chlorinated paraffins: Evaluation of risks to health from

Abstract Chlorinated paraffins are included on the List of Priority Substances to be assessed under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act. Based on the sufficient weight of evidence of carcinogenicity in experimental animals, short chain chlorinated paraffins were classified as “probably carcinogenic to humans”. Since available data were inadequate to assess the exposure of the general

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risk assessment of chlorinated paraffins in feed and food

Risk assessment of chlorinated paraffins in feed and food

The European Commission asked EFSA for a scientific opinion on the risks for animal and human health related to the presence of chlorinated paraffins in feed and food. The data for experimental animals were reviewed and the CONTAM Panel identified the liver, kidney and thyroid as the target organs for the SCCP and MCCP mixtures tested in

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[pdf] risk assessment of chlorinated paraffins in feed and

[PDF] Risk assessment of chlorinated paraffins in feed and

Abstract The European Commission asked EFSA for a scientific opinion on the risks for animal and human health related to the presence of chlorinated paraffins in feed and food. The data for experimental animals were reviewed and the CONTAM Panel identified the liver, kidney and thyroid as the target organs for the SCCP and MCCP mixtures tested in repeated dose toxicity studies. Decreased pup

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archived - chlorinated paraffins - psl1 - canada.ca

ARCHIVED - Chlorinated Paraffins - PSL1 - Canada.ca

The term "chlorinated paraffin waxes" is generally restricted to chlorinated paraffins having long carbon chains (i.e., ≥C 18).However, the scope of this assessment was broadened to include the short chain (i.e., ≤C 13) and medium chain (i.e., C 14-17) chlorinated paraffins which are also of concern because of their potential effects on the environment and human health.

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