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EC number: 229-222-8
CAS number: 6440-58-0
DMDMH readily undergoes hydrolysis to DMH and therefore long-term data is provided for DMH. DMH did not demonstrate a carcinogenic response in either the rat or the mouse.
The dosages obtained in terms of test substance consumed for the 100,
300, and 1000mg/kg/day groups ranged from 88.9 to 112.2, 265.3 to 342.5,
and 896.9 to 1132.4mg/kg/day for the males and 90.9 to 117.6, 269.0 to
347.7, and 908.8 to 1147.9mg/kg/day for the females respectively.
DMDMH readily undergoes hydrolysis to DMH which did not demonstrate a
carcinogenic response. Therefore DMDMH is not classified.
DMDMH readily undergoes hydrolysis to DMH and therefore chronic effects
are most appropriately assessed by testing DMH rather than DMDMH. DMH
was tested in two carcinogenicity studies (rat and mouse) and did not
demonstrate a carcinogenic response in either study.
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