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  • Inhalation Toxicity

It is to determine chemically induced changes, following short and long term exposure. In acute studies dose response and clinical signs are studied which suggests toxicity to the target organs, long term studies are determines target organs to carcinogenic potential of the chemical. Acute exposure involves 4 – 6 hrs exposure while repeated studies involve 14, 28 or 90 days exposure.

The goal of the test is to study irritation of the respiratory tract, behavioral changes, pathological changes to vital organs / tissues, immune system responses, pulmonary function alteration, metabolic disturbance and carcinogenicity.

    
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