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1983; Lundberg et al. 1986; Roure et al. 1996). The cause of death following acute inhalation exposure was not identified. Repeated inhalation exposure of rats, mice, and cats to DMF generally resulted in reduced body weight, and hepatotoxicity indicated by increased liver enzymes and histopathologic changes including degeneration and necrosis. However, repeated inhalation exposure of monkeys to DMF at 500 ppm for 6 h/day, 5 days per week, for up to 13 weeks failed to result in any measurable adverse effects (Hurtt et al.
Rats exposed to DMF at 314 ppm developed increased AST (+38%) compared with controls. Sherman rats exposed to a saturated vapor concentration of DMF for 4 h survived (no further experimental details provided (Smyth and Carpenter 1948). The concentration used was interpreted as 3,500 ppm (at 20°C) by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH 1996) in the original immediately dangerous to life or health (IDLH) derivation as described by Clayton et al. (1963). 01. Abbreviations: SDH, serum sorbitol dehydrogenase; GDH, glutamate dehydrogenase.
05) in rats exposed at 280 or 560 ppm (1/16 or 1/8 of the saturation concentration; exact SDH values not provided) compared with controls, the greatest increase occurring in rats exposed at 560 ppm. SDH concentrations were comparable to control levels in all other exposure groups, including those that inhaled 1,120 or 2,250 ppm. No abnormalities were observed during histologic examination of livers from rats exposed at 2,250 ppm DMF for 4 h. Groups of 10 male Sprague-Dawley rats inhaled DMF at measured concentrations of 0, 81, 153, 313, 441, or 991 ppm for 4 h in a 200-L dynamic inhalation chamber (with adjustable laminar airflow ranging from 10 to 20 m3/h) at 23°C (Roure et al.