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Nomination Summary for Endocrine disrupter project (N96002)

Nominated Substances: Endosulfan, Ethinyl estradiol, Genistein, Methoxychlor, p-Nonylphenol, 4-Nonylphenol, branched, Vinclozolin

Nomination Date: 11/30/1995

Nominator: NIEHS

Rationale: The purpose of these studies is to determine if exposures to environmental chemicals that disrupt endocrine pathways can affect reproduction or the incidence of reproductive tumors.

NTP Principles: not specified

Agents and Status

The following information relates to the specific agent and may include history from earlier or later nominations for this same agent.

CASRN: 115-29-7

Agent Name: Endosulfan

CASRN: 57-63-6

Agent Name: Ethinyl estradiol

CASRN: 446-72-0

Agent Name: Genistein

CASRN: 72-43-5

Agent Name: Methoxychlor

CASRN: 84852-15-3

Agent Name: 4-Nonylphenol, branched

CASRN: 50471-44-8

Agent Name: Vinclozolin