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EC number: 220-666-8 | CAS number: 2855-13-2
In this study with 6 adult rabbits 0.5 ml undiluted 3-aminomethyl-3,5,5-trimethylcyclohexylamine (Isophorone diamine) was applied to the shorn dorsal skin of the animals ( intact and scarified) and covered with gauze and adhesive tape for 24 hours. The results were assessed at patch removal (24h) and 48 hr later (72 h), the skin had become hard and leatherlike. Edema scoring was not possible. Similar severity of effects was observed at both readings, i.e. there was no indication of reversibility within the observation period. In the study Isophorone diamine is described to be a severe irritant according to the scoring system used. Thus, under the conditions and according to the results of this study isophorone diamine has to be considered to be corrosive to the skin of rabbits.
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