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[Toxicological characteristic of indole as a basis for its hygienic regulation].

Gigiena i sanitariia (2013-03-06)
N A Martynova, L G Gorokhova
ABSTRACT

The toxic properties of indole have been studied in terms of LD50 indole was established to refer to moderately hazardous substances: in case of indole introducing into the stomach in rats and mice, DL50 is 1200 mg/kg and 750 mg/kg respectively Indole has a weak ability to cumulation, and has a strong irritant effect to the eyes and a moderate one to the skin. Indole has indiscriminate irritating effect on the respiratory tract: Limir is at Limac (77,8 mg/m3). The occupational exposure of indole in the working area is 1 mg/m3.

MATERIALS
Product Number
Brand
Product Description

Supelco
Indole, analytical standard
Supelco
Indole solution, 2000 μg/mL in methanol, certified reference material
Sigma-Aldrich
Indole, ≥99%
Sigma-Aldrich
Indole, ≥99%, FG