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EC number: 939-516-4
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The acute oral toxicity of PolyGlycerol PolyRicinoleic acid (PGPR) was
investigated in rats. A group of male and female rats received 20 ml/kg
(approximately 20,000 mg/kg) PGPR and were observed for 21 days. (Based
on results of metabolism studies, PGPR has been shown to be metabolized
in the gut into polyglycerol and polyricinoleic acid. Lower molecular
weight polyglycerol is absorbed and excreted unchanged in urine while
the higher molecular weight polyglycerols are excreted unchanged in the
All animals survived with slight diarrhea observed in a number of
animals. Based on the amount of polyglycerol present in PGPR, the acute
toxicity of polyglycerol is >1800 mg/kg.
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