Testing for skin corrosivity is an important part of safety profiling to avoid serious harm to chemical users or consumers. The in vitro OECD 431 skin corrosion test in reconstructed human epidermis can form part of an animal free approach to hazard identification for safety purposes and meeting classification and labelling requirements. This can be part of a top-down or bottom-up approach in conjunction with skin irritation tests.
Skin corrosion testing has been validated and laboratory proficiency under OECD 431 established at Gentronix, with services available in both GLP and non-GLP formats.
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