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|Purity:||95%||Application:||Insecticide,Agriculture,Pest Control,Insecticide/Acaricide,pesticide Additives|
|Appearance:||Light Yellow Liquid||Storage:||Stable Under Normal Storage Condition In Original Container,Sealed Tightly And Stored Away From Light In A Cool And Dry Place|
|Function:||Insecticide And Hygine,Pest Control,Mosquito Repellent,insecticide|
Imiprothrin pest control chemical,
95%TC household insecticide,
Imiprothrin household insecticide
The carcinogenic potential of a non-genotoxic pyrethroid imiprothrin was examined in rats and mice.
There was no carcinogenicity in rats up to a maximum dose of 5000 ppm of the diet.
There was a higher (p = 0.03) incidence of lung adenocarcinomas at 7000 ppm in males,
and females showed an increasing (p < 0.01) trend in the incidence of lung adenomas and
combined lung adenoma/adenocarcinomas. Additional step sections of lung demonstrated
no significant increases in any tumor at p < 0.05, although an increasing trend with dose was observed among females. We argue that,
the 7000 ppm dose exceeded the Maximum Tolerated Dose (MTD) for both sexes,
based on systemic toxicity as evidenced by body weight gain reduction (both sexes) and high mortality (females).
If the 7000 ppm dose is therefore removed from consideration, there are not significant (p < 0.05) increases in tumor formation. Moreover,
a consideration of multiple comparisons reveals that the lung tumor increases observed are totally consistent with
what would be expected by chance alone. Based on high susceptibility of this mouse strain for
the appearance of lung tumors and the lack of a statistically significant increase in tumors by appropriate analysis,
the mouse study does not indicate a carcinogenic effect of imiprothrin, and thus no classification for carcinogenicity is warranted.
|Product name||Imiprothrin 95%TC insecticide mosquito coil pest control.|
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