|1.||Sandler, Dale P: 4 articles (06/2010 - 10/2007)|
|2.||Hoppin, Jane A: 3 articles (04/2010 - 10/2007)|
|3.||Lynch, Charles F: 2 articles (06/2010 - 10/2007)|
|4.||Alavanja, Michael C R: 2 articles (06/2010 - 10/2007)|
|5.||Graff, Jaimie E: 2 articles (01/2008 - 01/2006)|
|6.||Herr, David W: 2 articles (01/2008 - 01/2006)|
|7.||Toumi, Hela: 1 article (01/2016)|
|8.||Ferard, Jean-François: 1 article (01/2016)|
|9.||Burga-Perez, Karen F: 1 article (01/2016)|
|10.||Fredriksson, Anders: 1 article (11/2015)|
10/15/2007 - "We examined occupational carbaryl use and risk of all cancers in the Agricultural Health Study, a prospective study of a cohort of pesticide applicators in North Carolina and Iowa. "
10/15/2007 - "Carbaryl exposure and incident cancer in the Agricultural Health Study."
01/01/2003 - "The heterozygous p53 knockout mouse model was used to assess whether vascular tumors noted in a 2-year carcinogenicity study in CD-1 mice with carbaryl were induced through a genotoxic mechanism. "
10/15/2007 - "Carbaryl was not associated with cancer risk overall. "
01/01/2003 - "We conclude: (1) carbaryl does not appear to be a genotoxic carcinogen at least in male mice; (2) if the vascular tumors observed in the CD-1 mice are treatment-related, they could have been induced by a non-genotoxic mechanism; (3) the response in transgenic animals may provide useful complementary results to better assess carbaryl's potential genotoxic hazard to humans."
09/01/2007 - "Our findings suggest that acute exposure to high concentrations of carbaryl can have important sublethal consequences on fitness-related traits in reptiles and that arboreal locomotor performance is a more sensitive indicator of AChE-inhibiting pesticide poisoning than terrestrial locomotor performance."
01/01/1992 - "Carbaryl when given in a dose of 5% LD50 (12 weeks) produced within first six weeks similar changes to that which can be observed during subacute poisoning. "
01/01/1991 - "[Effect of acute carbaryl poisoning on various indicators of amino acid metabolism in rats]."
01/01/1990 - "The uptake of (3H)-NA by rat hypothalamic slices was investigated following carbaryl poisoning. "
01/01/1984 - "[Evaluation of the nature of changes of developing bone marrow neutrophils in albino rats in carbaryl poisoning. "
06/08/1990 - "Carbaryl (50-200 mg/kg, p.o.) produced dose-dependent tremors and inhibition of striatal AChE activity. "
12/17/1985 - "These results suggest the possible involvement of a central cholinergic-dopaminergic interaction in the carbaryl-induced tremor."
12/17/1985 - "Acute administration of the anticholinesterase agent carbaryl to rats produced a dose-dependent increase of tremors. "
12/17/1985 - "Central cholinergic-dopaminergic interaction in carbaryl-induced tremor."
03/01/2002 - "To test the efficacy of the in vivo-induced polyclonal antibodies, we immunized mice with the phosphate immunogen and assayed their sensitivity to carbaryl by determining the ED(50) value, the dose that produces lowest-grade tremors in 50% of animals. "
|4.||Small Cell Carcinoma
|5.||Body Weight (Weight, Body)
01/01/2008 - "In support of the model parameterization, kinetic tracer studies were undertaken to determine total radioactive tissue levels of carbaryl and metabolites in rats exposed by oral or intravenous routes at doses ranging from 0.8 to 9.2 mg/kg body weight. "
01/01/2003 - "Therefore, under the conditions of this study, the no-observed-effect level (NOEL) of carbaryl for neoplastic changes in male mice was 4000 ppm (around 716 mg/kg body weight/day). "
10/01/1995 - "Carbaryl was orally administered to male albino rats at 50 mg or 100 mg carbaryl/kg body weight 5 d/w for 90 d. "
01/01/1989 - "Six-day-old birds received 100 mg/kg body weight (bw) per day carbaryl for 7 d. "
03/01/1977 - "The effects of prolonged exposure to carbaryl at dose levels of 0, 50, 150, 300, 600, 900, and 1200 mg/kg of feed on body weights, organ weights, and reproductive parameters were studied in 2 generations of Japanese quail. "
|1.||pralidoxime (Protopam Chloride)
|10.||Corn Oil (Oil, Corn)
|2.||Investigational Therapies (Experimental Therapy)