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All dogs survived the duration of the study with the exception of one
female at the low and one female at the middle treatment group after
five months. After confirmation of the diagnosis (encephalitic
meningitis) at autopsy, these deaths were considered irrelevant to the
study and the animals were replaced.
There were no effects reported at concentrations below 10,000 ppm in
diet and the only effect reported at 10,000 ppm was in one dog and of
questionable relationship to the test substance (based on the study
authors conclusion). The NOAEL for both rats and dogs was set at 3300
ppm by the authors, though it appears that the actual NOAEL in dogs is
10,000 ppm based on the study report.
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