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The risk of pesticide use has ignited concern among researchers, prompting the prospect of producing nanoencapsulation pesticides with the intention of improving cytoprotection and geneprotection of the pesticides. Incubation of chitosan-based nanofungicides with V79-4 hamster lung cell did not reveal cytotoxicity or genotoxicity, potentially implying that encapsulation with chitosan reduces direct risk of the toxic fungicides' direct toxic toxicity. Meanwhile, pure fungicide demonstrated its strong cytotoxic effects on V79-4 hamster lung cells. chitosan nanoparticles are classified under destructive subcategory 1C, according to an ineffective review of rabbits, while chitosan-dazole nanoparticles are classified under corrosive subcategory 1B, while chitosan nanoparticles are classified under corrosive subcategory 1B.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/pharmaceutics12060497
A high risk of exposure has resulted from the inappropriate use of pesticides and ineffective handling techniques to minimize the insect infestation among the farming groups in developing countries. Because of their affordability, Indian farmers' use of personal protective equipment is also negligible. A field investigation was conducted in Rangareddy district, Southern India, to determine the dermal exposure based on dosimeter and hand washing techniques, enabling the determination of pesticide residues by dermal exposure, detailed field observations, and pesticide control strategies. 0. 15 to 13. 45 bcg, while a decrease was discovered in exposure levels as actual dermal exposure levels varied from 0 to 0. 629 bcg.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpubh.2022.957774
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