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EC number: 221-975-0
CAS number: 3302-10-1
There are no data available on bioaccumulation potential, oral, dermal
or inhalation absorption rate.
3,5,5-trimethylhexanoic acid is expected to be rapidly absorbed after
oral uptake. To all appearances it does not undergo ß-oxidation due to
an un-even position of the methyl substitution. The metabolism is
suspected to accur via chain hydroxylation and subsequent formation of
ketoacid or dicarbonic acids, which are excreted into bile or urine or
cleaved in the gut and undergo entero-hepatic circulation.
No noteworthy formation of 3,5,5-trimethylhexanoic acid is expected from
the corresponding alcohol, because the latter is expected to be a poor
substrate for alcoholdehydrogenase. Therefore, data from this substance
are not relevant for the risk assessment of 3,5,5 -trimethylhexanoic
acid (Semino, 1998).
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