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EC number: 947-574-7 | CAS number: -
CERAPHYL® 31 (15% active) was not a sensitizer to guinea pig skin. Ten white male guinea pigs were treated using intracutaneous injections of 0.1% CERAPHYL® 31 (15% active) three times a week for a total of ten injections. The first injection was 0.5 ml and the remaining injections were 0.1 ml. Sterile saline was used as the control and the same amounts as test material were injected. Two weeks following the tenth injection, all animals were challenged with 0.05 ml CERAPHYL® 31 on a virgin site. The test sites were scored 24 hours after each injection. No dermal reactions were exhibited during either the induction phase or challenge phase of the study.
Conclusively, CERAPHYL 31 is not a skin sensitizer and is not classified as such. Due to a lack of data, no conclusive decision can be made regarding respiratory sensitization.
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