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4 Acute exposure data for GB degradation products and impurities. Table taken from Reference  with permission from Environmental Health Perspectives 30 ANALYSIS OF CHEMICAL WARFARE DEGRADATION PRODUCTS – – Rat: inhalation, 75 ppm per 4 h  Mouse: intravenous, 36 mg kg−1  Rat: oral, 740 mg kg−1  Rat: oral, 540 mg kg−1  Mouse: oral, 114 mg kg−1  Rabbit: oral, 615 mg kg−1  Guinea pig: oral, 350 mg kg−1  Rabbit: skin, 250 μL kg−1 (194 mg kg−1 )  Diisopropyl carbodiimide (DIPC) Tributylamine (TBA) 4a Methylphosphonic Mouse, dog: inhalation, 2700 mg m−3 per 30 min  difluoride Rat: inhalation, 8100 mg m−3 per 30 min  Monkey: inhalation, 3000 mg m−3 per 30 min  Guinea pig: inhalation, <1600 μg L−1 per 1 h (mg m−3 )  Human: central nervous system stimulation, skin irritation, sensitization [56, 57] Human: eye, skin, and respiratory irritant  Rat, mouse, dog, monkey: eye irritation  Rat, dog, monkey: corneal opacity, haze  Mouse: muscle weakness, ataxia  Dog, monkey: miosis  Rat, mouse, guinea pig: respiratory distress [44, 51] Dog: pulmonary edema, congestion  – TOXICITY OF DEGRADATION PRODUCTS 31 – – Diisopropyl methylphosphonic acid (DIMP) Carcinogenicity Isopropyl methylphosphonic acid (IMPA) Compound Mutagenicity: Salmonella, negative  Mutagenicity: S.
Willison and Joseph A. Caruso. © 2011 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Published 2011 by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. 1 ORGANOPHOSPHORUS NERVE AGENT TOXICITY The toxicity of organophosphorus nerve agents has been well documented [1–3]. Following the discovery of the synthetic procedure in the 1850s, the Germans were the first to produce organophosphorus nerve agents on a large scale, in the late 1930s . Considered the most toxic of all chemical warfare agents (CWAs), the first reported use of organophosphorus nerve agents [Tabun (GA) and Sarin (GB)] was by Iraq against Iran during the first Gulf War and also against Kurdish rebels .
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