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EC number: 931-801-1
CAS number: -
A sample of erucylamide was sumitted for biological study. The sample
was subjected to a four-week digestibility study. Water and test ration
were provided ad libitum. At the end of the four week feeding period the
animals were subjected to a routine hematological study and urinalysis,
sacrificed, examined grossly for pathology and tissue sections removed
for possible future histological examination. The clinical testing and
gross autopsy were all negative in that no abnormalities of any sort
were noted. Under the test conditions outlined above, the sample of
erucylamide tested was absorbed from the rat intestinal tract to the
extent of 62.2%. Weekly figures of 72.9, 57.3, 68.6 and 52.8%
absorption, for the first, second, third and fourth weeks respectively,
were obtained. Animals fed 10% erucylamide in a semi-synthetic diet grew
at a somewhat lower rate than fat-free controls but their food
consumption was similarly lowered and the feed efficiency of the two
groups is not significantly different. Since the caloric content of the
two diets differs by approximately 12% on a calculated basis but by only
about 4% on the basis of absorbed nutrients this lack of a real
difference is not surprising. On the basis of this study one could, with
at least some basis in experimental evidence, assume that erucylamide is
a moderately absorbed but normally metabolized nutrient for the rat.
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