Dibenzyl disulphide was an irritant to the rabbit eye and skin, and a sensitizer in guinea-pigs. It was of low acute oral toxicity to rats. In limited skin studies in mice, no tumours developed following dibenzyl disulphide application, although it enhanced the activity of a known skin carcinogen. No mutagenic activity was displayed in a bacterial Ames test.

Date of Publication: 1997

Number of Pages: 3

CAS Number*: 150-60-7

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