Humans can absorb volatile organic compounds (VOCs), such as ethylbenzene (EB), via inhalation resulting in various effects such as hepatotoxicity and even carcinogenicity. Because occupational EB exposure occurs frequently in the synthetic rubber and plastic industry, its toxicity has been previously reported by various in vitro as well as in vivo animal studies. EB has also been classified as a...
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