chlorobutanol


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chlorobutanol

(klō-rō-bū′tă-nŏl)
An antiseptic and preservative that has been reported to have intoxicating effects.
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Effect of chlorobutanol on 45ca movement and contractile responses of rat aorta and its relevance to the action of syntocinon.
617 Squadron's sufferers were treated with chlorobutanol, now recognized as a hypnotic and sedative: it is interesting to speculate on the potential impact on performance of using such a drug in low-level flight.
* Chlorobutanol, a chlorinated organic, is relatively nontoxic.
* Chloretone or Chlorobutanol is a mild sedative similar to chloral hydrate.
Salamanders were euthanized with a concentrated Chloretone (chlorobutanol) solution, fixed in 10% neutral buffered formalin for 48 hr, and later transferred to 70% ethanol until necropsy.
A number of other potential additives were investigated including benzyl alcohol, phenylmercuric nitrate, chlorobutanol, chlorocresol, phenol and phenylmercuric acetate, although these were rejected due to potential toxicity issues.
Toads were euthanized with a dilute Chloretone[R] (chlorobutanol) solution and the entire gastrointestinal tract (including the liver, spleen, and gall bladder), lungs, coelomic cavity, urinary bladder, and reproductive organs were examined for protozoan and helminth parasites.
Antimicrobials include chlorobutanol, benzyl alcohol, sodium benzoate, sorbic acid and phenol.