disulfoton


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disulfoton

an organophosphorus pesticide.
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Simultaneous exposure of fish to endosulfan and disulfoton in vivo: ultrastructure, sterological and biochemical reactions in hepatocytes of male rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss).
Tests for trend were significant for dimethoate, disulfoton, ethoprop, and tebupirimfos, whereas the increase in ORs for disulfoton was not monotonic.
acephate, bensulide, dichlorvos, disulfoton, malathion, naled, tetrachlorvinphos, trichlorfon), five form DM metabolites, one forms DE metabolites, and two do not form any DAP metabolites.
embryo during and FM03) phorate, terbufos, extensive brain fenthion, disulfoton, development, and high fonofos) and some throughout the fetal carbamate insecticides period; decreases in (e.
Although children are exposed to FMO1 insecticide substrates, including disulfoton used residentially outdoors, we have not identified an FMO1-metabolized insecticide registered for residential use indoors.
We did not detect 2,4-DB, diallate (cis-and trans-isomers), metolachlor, or the majority of organophosphorus insecticides (azinophos, diazinon, dibrom, disulfoton, ethion, fonofos, malathion, parathion, phorate, phosmet, or terbufos).
The dimethyl metabolites could reflect exposure to malathion, oxydemetonmethyl, dimethoate, naled, and methidathion, and the diethyl metabolites could reflect exposure to diazinon, CPF, and disulfoton used in the Salinas Valley.
Dialkyl phosphate metabolites (nmol/L) Dimethyl phosphates Malathion, oxydemeton- 486 methyl, dimethoate, naled, methidathion (c) Diethyl phosphates Diazinon, chlorpyrifos, 485 disulfoton Total dialkyl phosphates All of above 485 Pesticide-specific metabolites ([micro]g/L) MDA Malathion 382 TCPy Chlorpyrifos, chlorpyrifos 482 methyl PNP Methyl parathion, 482 parathion, EPN (d) DEAMPY Pirimiphos methyl 482 IMPY Diazinon 482 CMHC Coumaphos, coumaphos methyl 482 CIT Isazophos, isazophos methyl 482 Cholinesterase ([micro]mol/min/mL) ChF Organophosphates and 340 n-methyl carbamates 357 292 BChE Organophosphates and 340 n-methyl carbamates 357 292 Percent > Marker of exposure LOD LOD (a) Dialkyl phosphate metabolites (nmol/L) Dimethyl phosphates 0.
Organophosphorus pesticides (n = 56) Acephate Anilofos Bromophos-ethyl Bromophos-methyl Butamifos Chlorpyrifos Chlorpyrifos-methyl Cyanofenphos Cyanophos Diazinon Dichlofenthion Dichlorvos Dimethoate Dioxabenzofos Disulfoton EPN Edifenphos Ethion Ethoprophos Fenamiphos Fenchlorphos Fenitrothion Fenitrothion oxon Fensulfothion Fenthion Glyphosate Iprobenfos Isofenphos Isoxathion Leptophos Malathion Mecarbam Methamidophos Methidathion Methyl-parathion Monocrotophos Parathion Phenthoate Phorate Phosalone Phosmet Piperophos Pirimiphos-methyl Profenofos Propaphos Prothiofos Prothiofos oxon Pyridaphenthion Quinalphos Terbufos Tetrachlorvinphos Thiometon Tolclofos-methyl Tolclofos-methyl oxon Trichlorfon Vamidothion 4.
Samples were analyzed for eight pesticides most commonly used in agricultural settings (atrazine, disulfoton, esfenvalerate, lindane, metolachlor, oxyfluorfen, pendimethalin, simazine) and 13 pesticides commonly found in residential settings [carbaryl, [alpha]-chlordane, [gamma]-chlordane, chlorpyrifos, 4,4'-dichlorodiphenyldichloroethylene (DDE), 4,4'-dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT), diazinon, heptachlor, methoxychlor, cis-permethrin, trans-permethrin, ortho-phenylphenol, propoxur].
Eight were pesticides [atrazine, disulfoton (total), esfenvalerate, lindane, metolachlor, oxyfluorfen, pendimethalin, simazine] used frequently in agriculture in the study area and detectable by a single analytic method.
We assumed that urinary diethyl phosphate metabolites were attributable to chlorpyrifos, diazinon, or disulfoton and that dimethyl phosphate metabolites were attributable to dimethoate, malathion, methidathion, naled, or oxydemeton-methyl.