Apr 1, 1989

1-Naphthol--single and repeated dose (30-day) oral toxicity studies in the mouse

Food and Chemical Toxicology : an International Journal Published for the British Industrial Biological Research Association
A Poole, P Buckley

Abstract

The oral toxicity of 1-naphthol in Charles River CD1 mice was investigated in single (2, 1 and 0.5 g/kg body weight) and 30-day repeat dosing (200, 100 and 50 mg/kg body weight) studies. In the single-dose study, animals dosed by oral gavage at 2 g/kg body weight either died or were killed in extremis between 15 and 90 min after dosing, and although the animals treated at 1 g/kg body weight survived to the end of the study (14 days post-dosing), one male in the 0.5 g/kg body weight dose group was killed in extremis approximately 2 hr after treatment. Acute dosing was associated with histopathological lesions seen in the kidneys and stomachs of mice from all treatment groups. The kidney lesions consisted of degeneration of the distal tubule epithelium, papillary necrosis and tubular dilatation. Gastric changes characterized by splitting of the epithelium of the forestomach and sloughing of the superficial epithelium of the glandular mucosa were generally accompanied by vascular congestion and acute inflammatory cell infiltration. In the 30-day study, mice dosed by oral gavage at 50 and 100 mg/kg body weight tolerated the treatment well, as did the female mice treated at 200 mg/kg body weight. Three male mice in the 200 mg/kg bod...Continue Reading

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