National Toxicology Program

National Toxicology Program

Nomination Summary for Marijuana smoke/condensate (N20043)

Marijuana smoke/condensate

Specific Substances: Marijuana smoke

Nomination Date: 04/26/2000

Nominator: NIH/NIDA

Rationale: As the most commonly used illicit drug in the US, marijuana smoke exposes both adolescents and adults to potentially harmful inhaled substances. In addition, there is a public health concern over postnatal exposure in children.

NTP Principles: not specified

Status: No Testing

Agents and Status

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CASRN: 8063-14-7

Agent Name: Marijuana smoke

  • No studies are available.
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