In Vitro Skin Corrosion Transcutaneous Electrical Resistance Test (TER) for Chemicals Used in Cosmetics

In Vitro Skin Corrosion Transcutaneous Electrical Resistance Test (TER) for Chemicals Used in Cosmetics

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Basic Information
  • Translated By:ChemLinked
  • Release Date:Aug 15, 2017
    Implement Date:/
     
  • Pages:17
    Format:Electronic Edition (Adobe PDF)
    Language:EN
  • Created On:Nov 14, 2018
    Last Updated On:Nov 14, 2018
     
Background

This method specifies the basic principles and test requirements of the transcutaneous electrical resistance test for in-vitro skin corrosion. 

This method applies to the safety toxicology test of chemicals used in cosmetics.

Contents

1  Scope

2  Test Purposes 

3  Definitions 

4  Basic Principles 

5  Reagents 

6  Experimental Animals and Breeding Environment 

7  Test Substance 

8  Test Procedures 

9  Results Evaluation 

10  Method Reliability Check 

Annex A  Schematic Diagram of Transcutaneous Electrical Resistance Instrument