Studies on the Reproductive Toxicity of Diprafenone in Rats
The studies with diprafenone were aimed at evaluating possible adverse effects on reproduction, including male and female fertility, as well as embryo/fetal and perinatal/postnatal development in rats. The studies were performed as usual in three parts: Segment I, II, and III of the FDA or OECD.
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