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Russell, W. M. , and Burch, R. L. (1959). The Principles of Humane Experimental Technique. Methuen, London. CHAPTER 3 Tests for Dermal Irritation and Corrosion Evaluation of materials for their potential to cause dermal irritation and corrosion due to acute contact has been common for industrial chemicals, cosmetics, agricultural chemicals, and consumer products since at least the 1930s (generally, pharmaceuticals are only evaluated for dermal effects if they are to be administered topically--and then by repeat exposure tests, which will not be addressed here).
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