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EC number: 905-562-9
CAS number: -
Mixed xylenes was not a sensitiser under the
conditions of the study.
The skin sensitisation potential of mixed
xylenes was investigated in an early human maximisation test employing a
total of five applications to inflamed skin on the forearm or calf (same
site on each occasion, pre-treated with SLS) followed by challenge
(100%, 25% mixed xylenes) on the back. The sensitisation rate was 0/24
indicating that mixed xylenes was not a skin sensitiser under the
conditions of the study. The results
for more than 80 chemicals are presented in this paper which
demonstrates the very considerable predictive sensitivity of ths
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