no-observable-effect level

no-observable-effect level

A clinical trial term of art for a dose of an experimental drug which does not produce an observable toxic effect.
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Effective May 11, 2016, warnings are required for all exposures to BPA unless the person causing the exposure can show that the exposure is 1,000 times below the no-observable-effect level for the chemical.
2 milligrams per kilogram per day--produced kidney damage, even though it was fourfold lower than the no-observable-effect level used by the U.
Examination of the kidney revealed a deterioration characteristic of the usual course of SLE, including the appearance of immune complexes of antibodies and target cells, even at the lowest chlordecone dose--a dose that would usually be considered a no-observable-effect level.