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Br J Ind Med. 1981 Nov;38(4):346-50.

Acute behavioral effects of styrene exposure: a further analysis.

Abstract

Studies were carried out on two groups to styrene-based resin. Early morning urinary mandelic acid concentrations after two days without exposure correlated with reaction time measured on arrival at work. Men were found to differ considerably in their rate of clearance of mandelic acid-those with slow reaction times. After some months at reduced exposure, a small group of men with previously high mandelic acid concentrations has speeded up on the reaction time task.

PMID:
7317297
PMCID:
PMC1069287
DOI:
10.1136/oem.38.4.346
[Indexed for MEDLINE]
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