ASTM F2147

Standard Practice for Guinea Pig: Split Adjuvant and Closed Patch Testing for Contact Allergens

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Organization: ASTM
Publication Date: 10 October 2001
Status: active
Page Count: 5
ICS Code (Laboratory medicine): 11.100
scope:

This practice is intended to determine the potential for a substance, or material extract, to elicit contact dermal allergenicity.

This practice is intended as an alternative to the Guinea Pig Maximization Test (GPMT), given the limitations on dosage form and tendency for false positives associated with the latter test. See Rationale and References.

The values stated in SI units are to be regarded as standard. No other units of measurement are included in this standard.

This standard does not purport to address all of the safety concerns, if any, associated with its use. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.

Document History

ASTM F2147
October 10, 2001
Standard Practice for Guinea Pig: Split Adjuvant and Closed Patch Testing for Contact Allergens
This practice is intended to determine the potential for a substance, or material extract, to elicit contact dermal allergenicity. This practice is intended as an alternative to the Guinea Pig...
October 10, 2001
Standard Practice for Guinea Pig: Split Adjuvant and Closed Patch Testing for Contact Allergens
This practice is intended to determine the potential for a substance, or material extract, to elicit contact dermal allergenicity. This practice is intended as an alternative to the Guinea Pig...
October 10, 2001
Standard Practice for Guinea Pig: Split Adjuvant and Closed Patch Testing for Contact Allergens
This practice is intended to determine the potential for a substance, or material extract, to elicit contact dermal allergenicity. This practice is intended as an alternative to the Guinea Pig...
October 10, 2001
Standard Practice for Guinea Pig: Split Adjuvant and Closed Patch Testing for Contact Allergens
This practice is intended to determine the potential for a substance, or material extract, to elicit contact dermal allergenicity. This practice is intended as an alternative to the Guinea Pig...

References

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