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  1. There are no reported cases of human systemic poisoning from triphenyl phosphate exposure. Skin sensitization has been reported rarely, although triphenyl phosphate is not an irritant and is poorly absorbed through intact skin.
  1. A delayed onset of peripheral neuropathy similar to that produced by tri-orthocresyl phosphate exposure has been seen in experimental animals.
  1. Triphenyl phosphate is thought to be of less toxicity than tri-orthocresyl phosphate in humans. A group of chronically exposed workers had mildly decreased levels of red blood cell cholinesterase, without associated signs or symptoms of cholinergic excess.
  1. Oxides of phosphorus may be released during thermal decomposition and could produce respiratory tract irritation.
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