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Although acetaminophen is not currently classiﬁed as an NSAID, it has a similar mechanism of action in inhibiting prostaglandin synthesis, likely through the COX-2 enzyme (Hinz et al. 2008). The chronic toxicity of analgesic compounds has been tested in invertebrates, ﬁsh, amphibians, fungi, and plants. Speciﬁcally, 12 chronic studies have been performed on ibuprofen, which has been the most commonly studied analgesic. These studies encompassed 11 species; however, acetaminophen was the most thoroughly studied individual compound, because both parent and metabolite products were examined.
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Reviews of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology Volume 218 by John M. Brausch, Kristin A. Connors (auth.), David M. Whitacre (eds.)