1. Barber, E., Cifone, M., Rundell, J., Przygoda, R., Astill, B., Moran, E., Mulholland, A., Robinson, E., and Schneider, B. (2000). Results of the L5178Y mouse lymphoma assay and the Balb/3T3 cell in vitro transformation assay for eight phthalate esters. Journal of Applied Toxicology 20:69-80. 

*This paper documented that phthalates are not mutagenic.

2. McKee, R., Przygoda, R., Chirdon, M., Engelhardt, G., and Stanley, M. (2000). Di(isononyl) phthalate (DINP) and di(isodecyl) phthalate (DIDP) are not mutagenic. Journal of Applied Toxicology 20:491-497. 

*This paper documented that DINP and DIDP are not mutagenic.

*Sponsored by the Phthalate Esters Panel (in whole or in part)


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