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EC number: 200-550-3 | CAS number: 62-76-0
Time after treatment
According to the calculated means, the test item does not have to be classified
The test item Magnesium oxalate was instilled, as supplied, into the eye of three New Zealand rabbits at the dose of 0.1 g.
The experimental protocol was established on the basis of the official method as defined in the O.E.C.D. Test Guideline No. 405 dated October 9th, 2017.
The ocular reactions observed during the study have been slight to moderate and totally reversible:
- at the conjunctivae level: a slight to moderate redness noted 1 hour after the test item instillation in all animal and totally reversible between days 1 and 2. This reaction was associated with a slight
to moderate chemosis noted 1 hour after the test item instillation and totally reversible between days 1 and 2.
- at the iris level: an injection noted 1 hour after the test item instillation in two animals and totally reversible on day 1.
In conclusion, the results obtained, under these experimental conditions, enable to conclude that the test item Magnesium oxalate does not have to be classified in accordance with the Regulation EC No. 1272/2008 on classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures.
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