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EC number: 212-769-1
CAS number: 868-14-4
Animals which were fed oats or oats and cabbage succumbed to a dose of
0.4 gm. of the salt per kilo when given by subcutaneous injection,
Suppression of urine was usually observed on the first day and death
occurred in six to seven days. In starvation, slightly smaller doses
were fatal to some rabbits. The resistance was increased considerably
when the diet was changed to carrots, Such animals stood 1.0 gm. per
kilo by subcutaneous injection, while 1.2-1.5 gm. per kilo were toxic. A
moderate degree of tolerance for tartrates was induced in animals which
were fed oats and cabbage. By gradually increasing the dose, a large
proportion (6 out of 9) of rabbits survived 0.8 gm. per kilo which is
twice the fatal dose. Rabbits which were receiving carrots did not
acquire tolerance for tartrates.
Sodium tartrate showed different tolerance which depended on diet
following subcutaneous administration.
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