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EC number: 216-721-0
CAS number: 1653-19-6
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Under the conditions of this study, DCBD did not induce a statistically
significant increase in micronucleated polychromatic erythrocytes in rat
bone marrow. The highest exposure concentration in the study was 200
ppm, a level producing clear evidence of bone marrow and systemic
toxicity. Therefore, the test substance was negative in this in vivo
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