Absence of renal adverse effects from β-myrcene dietary administration in OECD guideline-compliant subchronic toxicity study.

@article{Bastaki2018AbsenceOR,
  title={Absence of renal adverse effects from β-myrcene dietary administration in OECD guideline-compliant subchronic toxicity study.},
  author={Maria Bastaki and Michel Aubanel and Mark R Bauter and Thierry Cachet and Jan C R Demyttenaere and Maodo Malick Diop and Christie L Harman and Shim-mo Hayashi and Gerhard E. Krammer and Xiaodong Li and Craig Llewellyn and Odete Mendes and Kevin J. Renskers and J{\"u}rgen Schnabel and Benjamin P C Smith and Sean V Taylor},
  journal={Food and chemical toxicology : an international journal published for the British Industrial Biological Research Association},
  year={2018},
  volume={120},
  pages={
          222-229
        }
}
β-Myrcene is a flavoring substance that occurs naturally in a large variety of foods. At the request of the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) for additional toxicological data on β-myrcene, groups of Sprague Dawley rats (10/sex/group) were administered diets containing 0, 700, 2100, or 4200 ppm of β-myrcene designed to provide nominal doses of 0, 50… CONTINUE READING