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EC number: 203-851-8
CAS number: 111-26-2
a gene toxicity test, Chinese Hamster Lung Cells (CHL) cells were
exposed to n-Hexylamine
concentration of 36.3, 72.5, 144.9, 160.3, 320.5 and 640.9 μg/mL with
and without metabolic activation for 6 and 24 hours. The results showed
that there was no significant evidence of chromosome aberrations after
treatment. Independently of tested n-Hexylamine
the results showed no evidence of gene toxicity. Therefore, it is
considered that n-Hexylamine
the concentration of 144.9 μg/mL without S9 and 640.9 μg/mL with S9 does
not cause genetic chromosome aberrations when CHL cells are exposed to
the test chemical in the absence and inpresence
of S9 activation system of
system for 6 and 24 hr. Hence
the test chemical is not liekly to classify as a gene mutant in vitro.
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