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Banafine     N-butyl-N-ethyl-2,6-dinitro- 4...

Synonyms: Benafine, Benefine, Benephin, Carpidor, Flubalex, ...
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Disease relevance of Banafine

  • Injection treatment: the administration of S-metolachlor and benfluralin did not result a significant decrease in the average body weight of embryos [1].
  • In tests of individual toxicity, after injection on day 0 of incubation Maloran 50 WP and Flubalex caused a significant reduction in body mass, while Maloran 50 WP and Fusilade S resulted in marked embryonic mortality [2].

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Banafine

  • Embryonic mortality increased substantially after treatment with the highest dose of Flubalex, while all three concentrations of the other two herbicides led to similar results [2].


  1. Teratogenicity study of some pesticides in chicken embryos. Keseru, M., Budai, P., Várnagy, L., Szabó, R., Juhász, E., Babinszky, G., Pongrácz, A. Communications in agricultural and applied biological sciences. (2004) [Pubmed]
  2. Toxicity of the herbicides Flubalex, Fusilade S and Maloran 50 WP to chicken embryos after administration as single compounds or in combination. Várnagy, L., Varga, T., Hlubik, I., Budai, P., Molnár, E. Acta Vet. Hung. (1996) [Pubmed]
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