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EC number: 205-500-4 | CAS number: 141-78-6
General reactions did not occur during the test, the treatment had no detrimental effect on the development of body weight. (All individual animal weights reported at each significant time point.) After intracutaneous application: clear reddening, swelling and necroses at the injection sites treated with FCA and deionised water (1:1) (Test and control animals). Clear reddening and swelling at the injection sites treated with the 10% product in maize germ oil (Test). The control with just maize germ oil only showed slight reddening and swelling at the injection sites. Clear reddening and swelling and slight necroses at the injection sites treated with 10% product n a mixture of FCA and maize germ oil, 1:1 (Test) and those treated with FCA and maize germ oil, 1:1 (control). 2. After patch test with a contact duration of 48 h. Inflammation at all the injection sites treated with FCA. 24h after removal of the patch, crust formation at the injection sites.
In a guideline (OECD 406) study using the guinea pig maximization test, ethyl acetate showed no evidence of any sensitising properties.
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