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Lack of susceptibility of F344 rats to mammary tumor induction by topically applied fluorenylacetohydroxamic acids and their acetates.

Carcinogenicity of N-hydroxy-N-3-fluorenylacetamide for the mammary glands of female inbred F344 rats was examined after systemic and topical administration. The compound given ip produced a 60% mammary tumor incidence but was only marginally active after topical application. Female F344 rats did not develop mammary tumors after topical application of N-hydroxy-N-2-fluorenylacetamide, N-acetoxy-N-2-fluorenylacetamide, or N-acetoxy-N-3-fluorenylacetamide. These results contrasted with those reported earlier for female Sprague-Dawley rats and indicated differences in susceptibility of the mammary glands of these rat strains to tumor induction by these carcinogens.[1]


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