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EC number: 701-241-0
CAS number: -
A NOAEC was not reported by the study authors. Review of the
study data suggests that a NOAEC of 430 ppm can be derived for
maternal toxicity based on the decrease in body weight gain and food
consumption at higher concentrations, and a NOAEC of 430 ppm can be
derived for foetal toxicity based on increases in rudimentary/short
14th ribs at higher concentrations (although the authors argue that
this "variation" is not conclusive evidence of developmental toxicity).
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