Carcinogenic agents table

Código SC1-E2010-I

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Products that promote the incidence of cancer. WHO Base. Sorting in order from highest to lowest effect.

Agents Classified by the IARC Monographs, Volumes 1—122

CAS No.

Agent

Group

Volume

Year

Additional information

4342-03-4

Dacarbazine

2B

26, Sup 7

1987

4548-53-2

Ponceau SX

3

8, Sup 7

1987

4549-40-0

jN -Nitrosomethylvinylamine

2B

17, Sup 7

1987

4657-93-6

5 -Aminoacenaphthene

3

16, Sup 7

1987

4680-78-8

Guinea Green B

3

16, Sup 7

1987

5131-60-2

4-Chloro-mea -phenylenediamine

3

27, Sup 7

1987

5141-20-8

Light Green SF

3

16, Sup 7

1987

5160-02-1

D & C Red No. 9

3

Sup 7, 57

1993

5307-14-2

1,4-Diamino-2-nitrobenzene

3

Sup 7, 57

1993

5385-75-1

Dibenzo[a, e ]fluoranthene

3

Sup 7, 92

2010

5431-33-4

Glycidyl oleate

3

11, Sup 7

1987

5456-28-0

Ethyl selenac

3

12, Sup 7

1987

5522-43-0

1-Nitropyrene

2A

Sup 7, 46, 105

2014

NB: Overall evaluation upgraded to Group 2A with supporting evidence from other relevant data

5589-96-8

Bromochloroacetic acid

2B

101

2013

5989-27-5

d -Limonene

3

56, 73

1999

NB: Overall evaluation downgraded to Group 3 with supporting evidence from other relevant data

6164-98-3

Chlordimeform

3

30, Sup 7

1987

6358-53-8

Citrus Red No. 2

2B

8, Sup 7

1987

6368-72-5

Sudan Red 7B

3

8, Sup 7

1987

6373-74-6

CI Acid Orange 3

3

57

1993

6416-57-5

Sudan Brown RR

3

8, Sup 7

1987

6459-94-5

CI Acid Red 114

2B

57

1993

6870-67-3

Jacobine

3

10, Sup 7

1987

7099-43-6

5,6-Cyclopenteno-1,2-benzanthracene

3

92

2010

7220-79-3

Methylene blue

3

108

2016

7439-92-1

Lead

2B

23, Sup 7

1987

7439-97-6

Mercury and inorganic mercury compounds

3

58

1993

7440-02-0

Nickel, metallic and alloys

2B

Sup 7, 49

1990

7440-07-5

Plutonium

1

78, 100D

2012

7440-29-1

Thorium-232 and its decay products

1

78, 100D

2012

7440-38-2

Arsenic and inorganic arsenic compounds

1

23, Sup 7, 100C

2012

7440-41-7

Beryllium and beryllium compounds

1

Sup 7, 58, 100C

2012

7440-43-9

Cadmium and cadmium compounds

1

58, 100C

2012

7440-47-3

Chromium, metallic

3

Sup 7, 49

1990

7440-48-4

Cobalt and cobalt compounds

2B

52

1991

NB: Evaluated as a group

7440-48-4

Cobalt metal without tungsten carbide

2B

86

2006

7440-48-4

12070-12-1

Cobalt metal with tungsten carbide

2A

86

2006

7446-09-5

Sulfur dioxide

3

54

1992

7460-84-6

Glycidyl stearate

3

11, Sup 7

1987

7481-89-2

Zalcitabine

2B

76

2000

7496-02-8

6-Nitrochrysene

2A

Sup 7, 46, 105

2014

NB: Overall evaluation upgraded to Group 2A with supporting evidence from other relevant data

7519-36-0

N -Nitrosoproline

3

17, Sup 7

1987

7572-29-4

Dichloroacetylene

3

39, Sup 7, 71

1999

7631-86-9

Silica, amorphous

3

Sup 7, 68

1997

7647-01-0

Hydrochloric acid

3

54

1992

7664-93-9

Strong-inorganic-acid mists containing sulfuric acid (see Acid mists)

7722-84-1

Hydrogen peroxide

3

36, Sup 7, 71

1999

7758-01-2

Potassium bromate

2B

Sup 7, 73

1999

7758-19-2

Sodium chlorite

3

52

1991

7782-49-2

Selenium and selenium compounds

3

9, Sup 7

1987

8001-35-2

Toxaphene (Polychlorinated camphenes)

2B

Sup 7, 79

2001

8001-50-1

Terpene polychlorinates (Strobane®)

3

5, Sup 7

1987

8001-58-9

Creosotes

2A

Sup 7, 92

2010

8002-05-9

Crude oil

3

45

1989

8007-45-2

Coal tars (see Coal-tar distillation)

35, Sup 7

1987

8007-45-2

Coal-tar distillation

1

92, 100F

2012

8018-07-3

Acriflavinium chloride

3

13, Sup 7

1987

8047-67-4

Saccharated iron oxide

3

2, Sup 7

1987

8052-42-4

Bitumens, extracts of steam-refined and air-refined; steam-refined, cracking-residue and air-refined bitumens (see Bitumens, occupational exposures)

35, Sup 7

1987

8052-42-4

64741-56-6

Bitumens, occupational exposure to straight-run bitumens and their emissions during road paving

2B

103

2013

9000-07-1

Carrageenan, native

3

31, Sup 7

1987

9000-38-8

Kava extract

2B

108

2016

9002-84-0

Polytetrafluoroethylene

3

19, Sup 7

1987

9002-86-2

Polyvinyl chloride

3

19, Sup 7

1987

9002-88-4

Polyethylene

3

19, Sup 7

1987

9002-89-5

Polyvinyl alcohol

3

19, Sup 7

1987

9003-01-4

Polyacrylic acid

3

19, Sup 7

1987

9003-07-0

Polypropylene

3

19, Sup 7

1987

9003-20-7

Polyvinyl acetate

3

19, Sup 7

1987

9003-22-9

Vinyl chloride-vinyl acetate copolymers

3

19, Sup 7

1987

9003-39-8

Polyvinyl pyrrolidone

3

19, Sup 7, 71

1987

9003-53-6

Polystyrene

3

19, Sup 7

1987

9003-54-7

Styrene-acrylonitrile copolymers

3

19, Sup .7

1987

9003-55-8

Styrene-butadiene copolymers

3

19, Sup 7

1987

9004-51-7

Iron-dextrin complex

3

2, Sup 7

1987

9004-66-4

Iron-dextran complex

2B

2, Sup 7

1987


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