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Main Title Improved Biodegradability of Unsaturated Organic Compounds after Treatment with Ozone with Cover Letter.
CORP Author American Shell Co., Knoxville, TX.; Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Toxic Substances.
Year Published 1982
Report Number 878210070
Stock Number OTS0206194
Additional Subjects Toxicity ; Health effects ; Glycidol and ITS derivatives ; Environmental fate ; Biodegradation ; CAS No 106-92-3 ; CAS No 107-02-8 ; CAS No 107-11-9 ; CAS No 108-68-9 ; CAS No 504-20-1 ; CAS No 1471-17-6 ; CAS No 4316-42-1 ; CAS No 25136-53-2 ; CAS No 28928-97-4 ; CAS No 1675-54-3 ; CAS No 25068-38-6 ; CAS No 106-89-8 ; AS No 26761-45-5 ; CAS No 71206-09-2 ; CAS No 68609-97-2 ; CAS No 2426-08-6 ; CAS No 2461-15-6 ; CAS No 3385-66-8
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
NTIS  OTS0206194 Some EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. 07/26/2022
Collation 1517p
The effects of 2,2-bis(4-(2,3-epoxypro pyloxy)phenyl)propane (EPPP) were evaluated on the integrity of DNA in the livers of groups of male and female albino Wistar rats (2/sex/group) orally exposed by gavage to a single dose of 500 mg EPPP/kg (diluted in DMSO, 20% (w/v)) or to 4000 mg/kg DMSO. The rats were sacrificed 6 hrs after treatment. EPPP failed to produce any detectable liver cell DNA strand damage (as measured by the alkaline elution assay which demonstrates single strand breaks and alkaline-labile sites in DNA) under the experimental conditions of thesetests. The fate of diglycidyl ether of bisphenol A (DGEBPA) was evaluated in six male CF1 mice receiving a single oral administration of(14C)DGEBPA at 55mg/kg. After treatment, animals were placed in metabolism cages and urine and feces were monitored daily for radioactivity. Animals were in groups of two on post treatment days 1, 3and 8.