Toxicity

There is limited information on the toxicity of diisobutyl ketone and much of the data is from the older literature. Animal studies have shown diisobutyl ketone to be of relatively low toxicity (Carpenter et al., 1949; McOmie and Anderson, 1949; Smyth et al., 1949; Carpenter et al., 1953; Dodd et al., 1987).

There is no information on the absorption, distribution, metabolism, elimination or mode of action of diisobutyl ketone in experimental animals or humans (Topping, 2001). There is no information on metabolic interactions of diisobutyl ketone.

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