Fenpropathrin

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Fenpropathrin
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Formula C22H23NO3
Molar mass 349.42292 g/mol
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Fenpropathrin (brand names Danitol, Meothrin), or fenopropathrin, is a widely used pyrethroid insecticide in agriculture and household.[1][2][3][4]

A person developed Parkinson's disease after six months of daily exposure to fenpropathrin, and animal tests subsequently revealed that the compound is a dopaminergic neurotoxin.[4] It has thus been implicated as an environmental risk factor for Parkinson's disease.[4]

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  1. ^ Hiroyasu Aizawa (2 December 2012). Metabolic Maps of Pesticides. Elsevier Science. pp. 185–. ISBN 978-0-323-15753-7. 
  2. ^ Mohamed B. Abou-Donia (15 July 1992). Neurotoxicology. CRC Press. pp. 462–. ISBN 978-1-4398-0542-8. 
  3. ^ Carl A. Johansen; Daniel F. Mayer (1990). Pollinator Protection: A Bee & Pesticide Handbook. Wicwas Press. ISBN 978-1-878075-00-0. 
  4. ^ a b c Xiong, Jing; Zhang, Xiaowei; Huang, Jinsha; Chen, Chunnuan; Chen, Zhenzhen; Liu, Ling; Zhang, Guoxin; Yang, Jiaolong; Zhang, Zhentao; Zhang, Zhaohui; Lin, Zhicheng; Xiong, Nian; Wang, Tao (2015). "Fenpropathrin, a Widely Used Pesticide, Causes Dopaminergic Degeneration". Molecular Neurobiology. 53 (2): 995–1008. doi:10.1007/s12035-014-9057-2. ISSN 0893-7648. PMC 5333774Freely accessible.