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EC number: 936-618-0
CAS number: -
No studies investigating the skin and eye irritating potential of the
test item are available. However, suitable OECD Guideline studies (GLP
conform) with a structural analogue substance exist which cover the
The structural analogue substance did not exert a skin irritating
potential, however, showed an eye irritating potential.
The test item was mixed with some drops of Aqua pro injectione to ensure
good contact with the skin. Afterwards, the test material was spread
onto patches and applied to the intact skin of previously shaven rabbits
for 4 hours under semiocclusive conditions. The study was performed
initially with one animal and followed by the confirmatory test with two
further animals. The first examination of the treated skin was 1 hour
after patch removal. Thereafter, examinations were performed daily for a
further 7 days.
Under the conditions of the present study, no signs of irritation were
seen. Body weight development of the treated rabbits was inconspicuous.
No skin irritating potential could be detected.
This study was performed according to
GLP and methods applied are fully compliant with OECD TG 404. For the
test item no irritating potential could be detected.
The test item was tested for its eye irritating potential with one
rabbit in a GLP study according to OECD GL 405. Prior to testing, a
hen's egg test on the chorioallantoic membrane was performed and no
irritating potential could be detected. For the test of primary eye
irritation, 100 mg of the test material was applied into the
conjunctival sac. The first examination of the eyes followed 1 hour
after instillation and the other examinations were performed daily for a
further 14 days.
There were no signs of pain immediately after instillation. The cornea
developed diffuse areas of opacity (scores 1) from the first reading up
to day 3 of the experimental part. At the iris signs of irritation were
observed (score 1) from the first reading up to day 4. The conjunctivae
showed redness (scores 1 and 2) and chemosis (score 1) from the first
reading up to experimental day 8. Thereafter no signs of irritation were
observed. The untreated eye was unchanged.
Based on the observed results the test item should be regarded as an
irritant to the eyes.
This GLP study was performed according to OECD GL 405. A eye
irritating potential was noted and the test item should be regarded as
an irritant to the eyes.
Based on the results provided, the test item is not classified for skin
irritation/corrosion, however, the test item is classified for eye
irritation Cat. 2 and labelled with H319 according to Regulation (EC) No
1272/2008. According to UN GHS, 7th Rev., the test item is classified
for eye irritation Cat. 2a and labelled with H319.
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