• Xylenes are of relatively low acute toxicity

• They are irritant and cause CNS depression

• Effects from a short exposure resolve rapidly due to rapid metabolism and elimination

• Prolonged or repeated exposure may result in accumulation in adipose tissue

• Human data on chronic exposure is limited

• Xylenes do not appear to be genotoxic

• Xylenes are not classifiable as to their carcinogenicity in humans

• Embryotoxicity and fetotoxicity have been reported in animal experiments; teratogenicity has been demonstrated but only at near lethal concentrations

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