Topical Hazard Evaluation Program of Candidate Insect Repellent AI3-30180-c, US Department of Agriculture Proprietary Chemical, April 1982 - September 1984.
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Preliminary hazard evaluation of the above candidate insect repellant was performed by means of laboratory animal studies using New Zealand white rabbits, albino Hartley guinea pigs, and Sprague Dawley rats. Chemical AI3-30180C produced mild to moderate primary skin irritation of the intact skin and the skin surrounding an abrasion. The chemical caused moderate injury to the cornea and conjunctiva. The chemical was not phototoxic or skin sensitizing. The approximate lethal dose oral was 2,222 mgkg.