In the last decade, health concerns were highlighted in several studies, as a result of the presence of residues of diazinon
in the milk of cows (Hastie, 1963; Mathysse and Fisk, 1968; Leschchev et al., 1972; Bull and McDougall, 1974) and sheep (Formica, 1973).
Sub-acute effects of diazinon
on biochemical indices and specific biomarkers in rats: protective effects of crocin and safranal.
The organophosphate coumaphos was no longer significantly associated with hypothyroidism (HR = 0.88; 95% CI: 0.60, 1.30, in all participants), but diazinon
, dichlorvos, and malathion remained positively associated, with stronger HRs in comparison with those in the main analysis.
Three different concentrations (10, 50, and 100 mg/L) of each pesticide (abamectin, diazinon
, fenamiphos, imidacloprid, lambda-cyhalothrin, methomyl, and thiophanatemethyl) were prepared by dissolving the tested pesticide in a minimum volume of methanol and then completed to the final volume of 20 mL with water.
The carcinogenicity of the organophosphate pesticides tetrachlorvinphos, parathion, malathion, diazinon
was evaluated by IARC in 2015 (Guyton et al., 2015).
In this study, an acute 48 h assay and a chronic 14-day assay were performed to study the effects of diazinon
on two cladoceran species.
In the Brong-Ahafo region, diazinon
, malathion, and permethrin were detected at concentrations higher than the method detection limits.
They were analyzed using GC-FID apparatus for diazinon
, GC-FID for deltamethrin, HPLC-UV for fipronil and HPLC-UV for imidacloprid.
The present study was conducted to evaluate the combined effects of ribavirin at 30 mg/kg bw and 1/10LD50 of diazinon
, at 30mg/kg bw, on liver, pancreas and kidney functions of female albino rats.
The groups also concluded that the insecticides diazinon
and malathion are unlikely to be carcinogenic through dietary exposure.