We selected potentially neurotoxic
pesticides with agricultural use in our study area (Monterey County, CA) during the prenatal period, including fifteen OPs and six carbamates (see Table S1), two manganese (Mn)-based fungicides (maneb and mancozeb), eight pyrethroids (permethrin, cypermethrin, tau-fluvalinate, cyfluthrin, fenpropathrin, lambdacyhalothrin, bifenthrin, and esfenvalerate), and one neonicotinoid (imidacloprid).
Among children with snake envenomation, 71% were neurotoxic
, 69% had local envenomation and 17% had haemotoxic envenomation.
effects of the older antipsychotics: a review of several molecular mechanisms of action.
In a substantial number of neurotoxic
snake bites, as in scorpion sting, the bite site is either insignificant or cannot be located.
Their surprising results reveal that Abeta43 is even more abundant in the brains of AD patients than Abeta40, and more neurotoxic
The mice were observed for neurotoxic
effects (Lemoine and Rodriguez-Acosta 2003) for twenty minutes post Injection or until death occurred.
This particular toxin is also neurotoxic
and has been shown to cause respiratory paralysis.
A multifactorial aetiology was suspected including patient susceptibility, prolonged presence of the shoulder roll, difficult central venous line insertion and previous potentially neurotoxic
Summary: American University of Beirut professor Iman Nuwayhid, who teaches occupational health, has received a $200,000 grant from the US National Institutes of Health to conduct a two-year study on the exposure and neurotoxic
effects of organic solvents in working adolescents in Lebanon, AUB said in statement issued Monday.
Broadly defined, a substance is considered to have neurotoxic
potential if it adversely affects any of the structural or functional components of the nervous system.
Monitoring brevetoxins during a Gymnodinium breve red tide: comparison of sodium channel specific cytotoxicity assay and mouse bioassay for determination of neurotoxic
shellfish toxins in shell-fish extracts.
Some studies have suggested that since the elderly are at increased risk of cognitive decline, they might be more susceptible to mercury's neurotoxic