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ACUTE EXPOSURE INFORMATION
- Human volunteers exposed to anisole have experienced eye irritation, burning in the throat, and a foreign taste in the mouth. Other signs and symptoms of exposure may include cough; wheezing; sore throat; skin irritation; dry red skin; pain and redness of the eyes; dizziness; and lightheadedness. Prolonged exposure may cause drying and cracking of the skin.
- In experimental animals, anisole was an irritant and CNS depressant. Seizures or an effect on the seizure threshold, tremor, excitement, hematuria, and changes in the function or structure of salivary glands have also been observed.
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