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EC number: 232-991-2
CAS number: 9080-56-2
In general, daphnia are the most sensitive species towards toxicity to
proteolytic enzymes due to the catalytic activity of proteases. The
present enzyme has been tested for aquatic toxicity in daphnia and based
on our knowledge on proteolytic enzyme, a PNEC value derived from test
with daphnid will also protect algae. Hence we do not consider an algal
growth inhibition test necessary for bacillolysin.
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