Low level exposures to organophosphorus esters may cause neurotoxicity

    Toxicology, pp. 23-33, 2002.

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    Abstract:

    A large number of published studies support the notion that long term, low level (LTLL) exposure to organophosphorus (OP) esters may cause neurological and neurobehavioral effects. In order to differentiate these from other effects of OP such as the acute cholinergic episodes, intermediate syndrome and organophosphate induced delayed neur...More

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