Dermal in vitro penetration of methiocarb, paclobutrazol, and pirimicarb

Nielsen, J.B.; Nielsen, F.
November 2000
Occupational & Environmental Medicine;Nov2000, Vol. 57 Issue 11, p734
Academic Journal
Cites findings of a study conducted to assess the dermal exposure to pesticides in horticulture. Lack of preventive measures in the handling of plant cultures treated with pesticides; Evaluation of the dermal penetration of three pesticides by mounting in vitro static diffusion cells with human skin; Need to consider the time lag between dermal exposure and appearance of pesticides or metabolites in the circulation.


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