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Dermacid     3H-benzothiazole-2-thione

Synonyms: Kaptaks, Sulfadene, Thiotax, mebetizol, Bantex, ...
 
 
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  • PTBP resin and chromium proved to be the 2 principal allergens, but when lesions were localized to the soles, rubber additives, chiefly mercaptobenzothiazole, were the predominant ones [22].
 

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