chemical information
Chemical Class:

Organophosphate Pesticides and Metabolites

Found in these people:

not found

Found in these locations:

not found

Dimethylphosphorodithidate (DMDTP)

Organophosphate pesticides were previously marketed for home use and are now used on produce. Known neurotoxins that are particularly toxic to developing fetuses, infants and children

Dimethylphosphorodithidate (DMDTP) has been found in 0 of the 9 people tested in EWG/Commonweal studies. It has also been found in 4,946 of the 4,963 people tested in CDC biomonitoring studies.

Top health concerns for Dimethylphosphorodithidate (DMDTP) (References)

health concern or target organ weight of evidence
Brain and nervous systemunknown

Results for Dimethylphosphorodithidate (DMDTP)

in urine

Showing results from EWG/Commonweal Study #1, industrial chemicals and pesticides in adults

EWG/Commonweal results

  • found in 0 of 9 people in the group

found in 0 of 9 people

Detailed toxicity classifications (References)

classification governing entity/references
Nervous system toxicity - weight of evidence unknown/unassessedKamel, F. and J. A. Hoppin (2004). Association of pesticide exposure with neurologic dysfunction and disease. Environ Health Perspect 112(9): 950-8.