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EC number: 202-936-7
CAS number: 101-37-1
1 of 10 animals exhibited a slight erythema at the treated
site 24 and 48 hours after removal of the patch. None of the animals of
the control group showed changes at the exposed skin areas. Systemic
toxic effects could not be detected. The general condition and body
weight development of the test animals were not affected.
Triallyl cyanurate was applied to the skin of
10 Pribright White guinea pigs to determine its skin sensitizing
properties by the maximization test method according to OECD guideline
406 (90-0119-DGT). The test substance was injected intradermally as a
solution in peanut oil (3% w/w) with or without the addition of FCA
(three pairs of injections) and was applied undiluted epicutanously
during the induction phase. Additionally a solution of sodium
dodecylsulfate (10% w/w) in water was applied before the epidermal
induction. Challenge was performed epicutanously using the pure test
material. 1 out of 10 guinea pigs showed a slight erythema at the 24 and
48 h reading after removal of the patch. None of control animals
exhibited changes at the exposed skin areas. Systemic effects could not
be detected. The general condition and body weight development of the
test animal were not affected.
No evidence of respiratory sensitisation observed.
No classification according to EU and GHS
classification criteria required according to DSD (67/548/EEC) and CLP
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