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EC number: 203-856-5
CAS number: 111-30-8
Radioactivity received by each animal
was about 10.9 µCi; the mean amount of test substance was 17.9
mg/animal. Following symptoms of toxicity were seen in ¾ cases and
included anorexia, apathy, decreased urine production, and decreased
feces production. One of these animals also showed
dried red discharge in the periocular and perinasal area indicative of
chromodacryorrhea (shedding of bloody tears). One rat remained free of
symptoms; the authors suggested that this animal might had had more food
in his stomach at treatment time, wherefore possible toxic effects of
the administered test substance were neutralized.
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