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DRAFT NTP Monograph on the Systematic Review of Evidence of Long-Term Neurological Effects following Acute Exposure to the Organophosphorus Nerve Agent Sarin

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Title: DRAFT NTP Monograph on the Systematic Review of Evidence of Long-Term Neurological Effects following Acute Exposure to the Organophosphorus Nerve Agent Sarin
Subject: Peer review of a systematic review to evaluate the evidence for long-term neurological effects in humans and animals following acute exposure to sarin.
Purpose (e.g., abstract): NTP has evaluated the scientific evidence from human and experimental animal studies. The draft monograph represents an assessment of that information using systematic review methodology. The purpose of the assessment is to determine if acute sarin exposure is a long-term hazard for three different time periods: initial (>24 hours–7 days after exposure), intermediate (8 days–1 year after exposure), and extended (more than 1 year after exposure).
ISI or HISA: No
Link to Information Product:
IC: NIEHS
IC Division, Office, or Program: Division of the National Toxicology Program
NIH Contact: Mary Wolfe
(984) 287 - 3209
wolfe@niehs.nih.gov
Review Description: To obtain external, scientific peer review of the draft NTP monograph
Date of Review:
Reviewer Names and Expertise
Number of Reviewers: 5-7
Reviewer Nominations Requested?
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Technical/Draft Reports, Public Comments and Presentations: once date is set, see https://ntp.niehs.nih.gov/go/36051
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Reviewer Expertise: organophosphates, medicine, neurotoxicology, epidemiology
How Selected: NTP
Opportunity for Public Comment? Yes