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EC number: 271-085-1
CAS number: 68515-43-5
Statistically significant increases in aberrant cells compared with the
relevant control values were seen in cultures treated with the positive
controls Mitomycin-C and Cyclophosphamide, indicating the correct
functioning of the assay system.
Following treatment with the test item, no statistically significant
increase in the incidence of cells bearing aberrations including or
excluding gaps over the control values, was observed in any experiment
both in the absence or presence of S9 metabolism.
to cause chromosomal damage in cultured human lymphocytes, following in
vitro treatment in the absence and presence of S9 metabolic
activation has been investigated according to OECD/EU test methods.
statistically significant increase in the incidence of cells bearing
aberrations, including or excluding gaps, was observed at any dose level
or any sampling time.
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