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EC number: 200-879-2
CAS number: 75-56-9
Survival was 100% for all groups throughout
the study. None of the clinical signs or necropsy observations were
considered induced by exposure to propylene oxide. All findings occurred
either in low incidence or at a rate comparable with that of the control
The reduction in food consuption at 500 ppm
was likely the reason for the concomitant decrease in body weight gain
during gestation. The increased incidence of seventh cervical ribs was
considered to be associated with maternal toxicity at the high-exposure
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