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Acute "six-pack"

Acute Inhalation

This test will provide information on health hazards likely to arise from a short-term exposure to a test substance by the inhalation route.  Each test is designed to perform a limit test or it can define the medial lethal concentration (LC50) for you product.  

Acute Oral

This test will provide information on health hazards likely to arise from a short-term exposure to a test substance by the oral route.  Each test is designed to perform a limit test or it can define the medial lethal dose (LD50) for you product.  

Acute Dermal

This test will provide information on health hazards likely to arise from a short-term exposure to a test substance by the dermal route.  Each test is designed to perform a limit test or it can define the medial lethal dose (LD50) for you product.  

Primary Eye Irritation

To provide information on the irritation likely to arise from a single instillation of a test substance into the eye.  

Primary Skin Irritation

To provide information on the skin irritation likely to arise from a single topical exposure to a test substance. 

Dermal Sensitization

To determine the potential for a test substance to elicit a skin sensitization reaction.

  • Local Lymph Node Assay (LLNA)
  • Buehler Method
  • Magnusson and Kligman Method (M&K)