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EC number: 203-618-0
CAS number: 108-80-5
2 year carcinogenicity studies in rats and mice were carried out
according to EU method B.33. Studies showed that the monosodium salt of
cyanuric acid was non-oncogenic by the oral route.
both studies, under the experimental conditions, there is no evidence of
carcinogenic potential of the test material
carcinogenicity drinking water studies with monosodium cyanurate
monohydrate (77.4 - 77.5% CYA) were performed, one in the rat and the
other in the mouse. In both studies there is no evidence of carcinogenic
potential of the test material. The lowest NOEL derived was that in male
rats 154 mg/kg bw/day (Blair
M 1985) due
to test substance related urinary tract lesions which occurred in the
first half of the study. At the highest dose, the test substance
precipitated in the urinary bladder. No treatment related effects were
observed in the study performed with mice.
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