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Isocyanates: adverse effects on health


, : Isocyanates: adverse effects on health. La Medicina del Lavoro 82(4): 328-335

The paper describes the main adverse biological effects of isocyanates, particularly toluene di-isocyanate (TDI). It is not intended to be simply a review of the literature but a stimulus for further investigations on the mechanism of action, chemical characterization, environmental release, exposure, fate, health effects, carcinogenicity and mutagenicity of isocyanates.


Accession: 040514984

PMID: 1661832

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