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ACUTE EXPOSURE INFORMATION

  1. Incoordination, impaired reflexes, and respiratory distress have been reported in mice injected intravenously with Antimycin A. No cases of human poisoning with this agent have been reported. Antimycin A is an experimental mutagen.
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