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EC number: 232-800-2 | CAS number: 9025-57-4
The repeated dose oral toxicity study was a subchronic toxicity test conducted according to OECD guideline 408 (revised 1998), and in compliance with GLP. The purpose of the study was to satisfy regulatory demands because the enzyme is used for production of food in EU.
In conclusion, oral administration (by gavage) of xylanase to rats at dosages of up to the highest dose level tested, equivalent to 10 mL of the undiluted test material/kg body weight/day or 1051 mg Total Organic Solids (TOS)/kg body weight/day for thirteen weeks was well-tolerated and did not produce any toxicologically significant changes.
Consequently, the No Observed Adverse Effect Level (NOAEL) was considered to be the highest dose level administered, equivalent to 10 mL xylanase/kg body weight/day or 1051 mg Total Organic Solids (TOS)/kg body weight/day.
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