Who Killed RoboRoach?

Suspect Investigation


Toxaphene and its metabolites are primarily stored in adipose tissues and, to a lesser extent in the liver, kidney, bone, brain, heart, lung, muscle, spleen and testicular tissues.  Clinical signs, include: depressed respiration, cyanosis (bluish skin), convulsions, excess salivation, emesis (nausea & vomiting).

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