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EC number: 201-557-4
CAS number: 84-74-2
In a GLP-compliant study by Greenough et al. (1981*), the inhalation
LC50 in rats was estimated to be ≥15.68 mg/L/4h. SD rats (5/sex/dose)
were exposed to 12.45, 15.68 and 16.27 mg DBP/L of air for four hours,
and observed for 14 days. Controls were air exposed. The respirable
fraction was 64.4 %, 56.9 %, and 59.9 %, respectively. A reduction in
respiratory rate was seen at 15.68 mg/L. Excessive grooming in surviving
animals led to persistent poor coat condition throughout the study.
Macroscopy of the lungs revealed the following anomalies: white foci in
all lobes in one male and one female rat at 15.68 mg/L, dark red regions
in two female rats at 12.45 mg/L, and one male and one female rat at
16.27 mg/L. 6.2.2 Skin,
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