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EC number: 701-290-8 | CAS number: -
Sucrose diacetate hexaisobutyrate (SAIB) was evaluated for its potential for dermal sensitization in guinea pigs, using the Kodak foot pad method. When a challenge concentration of 10% SAIB in the solvent vehicle was administered topically, alight erythema at the exposure site was notnd on five of ten irritation control animals and on six of ten animals previously induced with SAIB. No reaction was observed at challenge in any of the remaining animals in either group. Base on aimiliar reactions observed at challenge
between the group of animals previously induced with Freund' a adjuvant and the group of animals induced with the test article in
Freund's adjuvant, the test article was not considered a akin sensitizer. SAIB is considered to have a low potential to cause human skin sensitization.
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