Very little information is available on the health effects of pyridine. Animal studies and some limited case reports in people have noted liver damage from exposure to pyridine. Two patients with epilepsy had damage to the liver and kidneys after ingesting some pyridine. We do not know if the pyridine caused these effects because the patients were taking several other medications at the same time. Harmful effects to the liver were also seen in rats and mice that were given pyridine for three months. There are medical tests available to measure levels of pyridine in urine and blood. However, these tests are not usually performed in most doctors' offices because special equipment is needed to conduct them. These tests can't tell how much pyridine you were exposed to or if harmful health effects will occur from the exposure to pyridine.
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In short Pyridine is not good for human as well animals...
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