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Incidence of Dermal Irritation Scores at Challenge
Dermal Irritation Scores
The purpose of this study was to determine if the test article elicits a delayed dermal contact hypersensitivity response in guinea pigs.
The test article was evaluated in the Magnusson-Kligman guinea pig maximization model of delayed hypersensitivity. Prior to experimental initiation of the induction, the irritation potential of the test article was determined with a dose range-finding studies (intradermal and topical) utilizing 8 naïve guinea pigs. Based upon these results, the intradermal dose utilized was 5%, the topical induction dose was 100% and the challenge dose utilized was 100% in the main study.
The main study was conducted with 10 animals for the test article group and five animals for the vehicle control group.
No mortality was observed in any vehicle control or test article group animals in the study. No clinical signs were observed in any vehicle control group animals in the study. Decreased body tone was observed in one test article treated female on Day 21 through 25 of the study. No other clinical signs were noted in the test article treated group during the study.
Under the conditions of this study, an intradermal induction of the test article at 5% with a topical induction at 100%, followed by a topical challenge at 100% to guinea pigs did elicit a dermal sensitization response at 24 and 48 hours post treatment. Therefore, the test article, DADPM/DEG/PO is considered to be a contact sensitizer in Guinea Pigs.
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