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• [Combined action of ethanol and acetaldehyde on embryonic development]
• [Effect of ethanol and acetaldehyde on lipid fluidity of rat visceral yolk sac cell membrane]
• Acetaldehyde and hydrogen peroxide are more potent than ethanol as inducers of cell death in CD-1 mouse neural crest cells.
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  1. This agent is a skin and mucous membrane irritant which causes a burning sensation of the nose, throat, and eyes. Prolonged exposure to high concentrations may injure the corneal epithelium causing persistent lacrimation, photophobia, and foreign body sensation.
  1. Fatalities, following inhalation, are due to anesthesia when prompt and pulmonary edema when delayed. Very large exposures may cause death due to respiratory paralysis.
  1. Prolonged skin contact may cause dermal erythema and burns. Repeated exposures may cause dermatitis due to primary irritation or sensitization.
  1. Sympathomimetic effects of acetaldehyde include tachycardia, hypertension, and increased respiration. Bradycardia and hypotension occur at higher levels of acetaldehyde exposure.
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