OECD 431 - Human Skin Corrosion, in vitro Test

Reconstructed Human Epidermis, in vitro Test Method


- OECD 431 - Human Skin Corrosion: "In Vitro OECD 431: Reconstructed Human Epidermis Test Method, in vitro Test - Skin Corrosion in the regulatory hazard classification and labeling context is defined as the production of irreversible damage to skin, generally evident as necrosis through the epidermis and into the dermis, following a defined chemical exposure. The In Vitro Skin Corrosion Test is an in vitro, non-animal test designed to identify those chemicals and mixtures capable of inducing skin corrosion (UN GHS Category 11), and in some cases to partially subcategorize corrosives into UN GHS Sub-Categories 1A or 1B and 1C (ie., the current test methods do not effectively discriminate between UN GHS Sub-Categories 1B and 1C). For more information please contact INVITRO-CONNECT GmbH for assistance in developing specialized protocols for your test materials. INVITRO-CONNECT GmbH: Fast Project Execution: personal - competent - reliable --> contact@invitro-connect.com

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