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EC number: 248-130-9
CAS number: 26952-13-6
an acute oral toxicity study, two groups of four male and four female,
fasted, approximately 12 week old, Wistar rats were given a single oral
dose of Internal olefin 114 LP11 at doses of 5.0 and 10 mL/kg and
observed for 9 days.
No animals died at the 5.0 mL/kg dose level.
Two male rats died at the 10 mL/kg dose level, no female rats died at
this dose level. There
were no treatment related clinical signs, necropsy data was provided.
Animals who did not survive were reported to not eat or drink during the
observation period, thus loosing weight. The
oral LD50 was estimated to be approximately > 10 mL/kg in females (i.e.,
>7600 mg/kg) and 10 mL/kg (7600 mg/kg) in males.
This study received a Klimisch score of 2
and is classified as reliable with restriction because although it is an
acceptable and well documented study report a GLP statement was not
provided and details regarding the test material and animal husbandry
was not provided.
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