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Short-term toxicity to aquatic invertebrates

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Based on the data for the individual components (Glycyl-L-glutamine and potassium chloride) it can be concluded that the 48h EC50 for the reaction mass of Glycyl-L-glutamine and potassium chloride is above 100 mg/L.

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No data is available on the short-term toxicity to aquatic invertebrates of the reaction mass of Glycyl-L-glutamine and potassium chloride.

The substance consists of two components namely the dipeptide Glycyl-L-glutamine and the salt potassium chloride. Besides these two main components only non-hazardous / non-classified amino acids in small amounts are present. Based on the composition of the substance it can be assumed that the results obtained with the individual main components (Glycyl-L-glutamine and potassium chloride) apply likewise to the test material under investigation (reaction mass of Glycyl-L-glutamine and potassium chloride). Therefore read-across data for the dipeptide Glycyl-L-glutamine and the salt potassium chloride is provided. Both substances showed no effects or only effects at concentrations which are much above the recommended limit concentration of the OECD202 guideline (48h EC50 of >100 mg/L and 10000 mg/L for Glycyl-L-glutamine and potassium chloride, respectively).

Therefore, based on the data for the individual componenets it can be assumed that the 48h EC50 for the reaction mass of Glycyl-L-glutamine and potassium chloride is above 100 mg/L.