CHLOROCRESOL

Chlorocresol = PCMC = 4-Chloro-3-methylphenol

EC / List number: 200-431-6
CAS number: 59-50-7
Molecular formula: C7H7ClO
Molecular Weight: 143

Chlorocresol is used as a preservative for glues, paints, creams, inks and textiles.
Chlorocresol is found as white or slightly pink dimorphous crystals that have a phenolic odor. 
Chlorocresol is a man-made substance used as external germicide or bactericide and as a preservative for cosmetics, glues, gums, paints, creams, lotions, inks, textiles and leather goods. 
Chlorocresol is also used as a disinfectant and antifungal agent in eye drops, and as a chemical intermediate in the manufacture of some pesticides. 
Chlorocresol is toxic to wildlife, and water-dwelling organisms. 
PCMC is also an irritant to the skin and eyes. 
Chlorocresol may be formed in waters which have undergone chlorination treatment. 
Chlorocresol may be released in the environment from evaporation, waste releases, use and production.
Keywords: preservative, disinfectant, bactericide, antifungal

PCMC is the organic compound with the formula ClC6H4OH. 
Chlorocresol is a monochlorinated m-cresol. 
Chlorocresol is a white or colorless solid that is only slightly soluble in water. 
As a solution in alcohol and in combination with other phenols, PCMC is used as an antiseptic and preservative.
Chlorocresol is a moderate allergen for sensitive skin.
PCMC is prepared by chlorination of m-cresol

Chlorocresol, a compound used in the industrial production of heparin, caused recurrent unilateral facial palsy in one exposed worker. 
Inhalation of the compound caused tingling of one side of the face followed by weakness of the muscles. 
The neurological disturbance was brief, relieved by exposure to fresh air, and could be reproduced experimentally.

Chlorocresol possesses disinfectant and antiseptic properties. 
Chlorocresol is used in various preparations for skin disinfection and wounds. 
Chlorocresol also used as a preservative in creams and other preparations for external use which contain water. 
For use as a disinfectant such as a hand wash, Chlorocresol is commonly dissolved in alcohol in combination with other phenols. 
Chlorocresol is a moderate allergen for sensitive skin. 
Chlorocresol produces potentially life-threatening effects which include dermatitis, which are responsible for the discontinuation of chlorocresol therapy. 
The symptomatic adverse reactions produced by chlorocresol are more or less tolerable and if they become severe, Chlorocresol can be treated symptomatically, these include hypersensitivity reactions, irritation of eyes.

What are some products that may contain 4-chloro-3-cresol (pcmc)?
Cosmetics
Creams
Household Products:
-Adhesives and glues
-Cooling fluids
-Corticosteroid creams
-Inks
-Metalworking fluids
-Packing materials
-Paints
-Textile finishes
-Varnishes
Tanning Agents
Topical Antiseptics and Disinfectants

Chlorocresol (PCMC), also called 4-Chloro-3-methylphenol, is a white to almost white flake. 
Chlorocresol is an efficient anti-mould antiseptic, frequently used in personal care products. 
Chlorocresol is slightly soluble in water(4g/L), easy soluble in organic solvent such as alcohols (96 percent in ethanol), ethers, ketones, etc.
Chlorocresol is freely soluble in fatty oils, and dissolves in solutions of alkali hydroxides. 
Chlorocresol is frequently used in personal care products, leather, metal machining liquid, concrete, film, gluewater, textile, oiled, paper, etc.

Preferred IUPAC name: 4-Chloro-3-methylphenol
Other names: p-chloro-m-cresol; PCMC; Preventol; CMK

Chlorocresol
In some countries, this medicine may only be approved for veterinary use.

Chlorocresol causes muscle contracture in MHS muscles at a concentration of 25-50 microM and potentiates the caffeine contracture response in human MHS muscles. 
Sub-threshold (20 microM) concentrations of chlorocresol increase both the Kd and the Vmax of caffeine-induced Ca2+ release from isolated rabbit terminal cisternae.
Chlorocresol is a chlorinated phenol which is used as an antiseptic and preservative. 
For use as a disinfectant such as a hand wash, it is commonly dissolved in alcohol in combination with other phenols. 
Chlorocresol is a moderate allergen for sensitive skin.

Clotrimazole / Chlorocresol is used for the treatment, control, prevention, & improvement of the following diseases, conditions and symptoms:
-Treatment of athlete's foot
-Treatment of jock itch
-Treatment of ringworm
-Relief of itching, burning, cracking, and scaling associated with athlete's foot, jock itch and ringworm
-Prevention of oral thrush
-Infections
-Preservative
-Clotrimazole / Chlorocresol may also be used for purposes not listed here.

CAS Number: 59-50-7 
CHEBI:34395
ChEMBL: ChEMBL1230222 
ChemSpider: 21106018 
ECHA InfoCard: 100.000.392
EC Number: 200-431-6
KEGG: 
C14331
D03468 
PubChem CID: 1732 
RTECS number: GO7100000
UNII: 36W53O7109 
UN number: 2669
CompTox Dashboard (EPA): DTXSID4021717

Proper use of Chlorocresol eliminates the need for time consuming field mounting and/or relaxing. 
Freshly collected specimens packed with Chlorocresol are preserved in relaxed condition, allowing for pinning at a more convenient time or place. 
Field mounted specimens that would fill two Schmitt-sized insect boxes can be packed in one small container #1182AA. 
With insects in a relaxed state, potential damage from rough handling is minimized.
Chlorocresol is packaged in a double seal metal can with friction lid. 
Complete instructions are included with each shipment.
Chlorocresol is a biocide with widespread use in industry and pharmaceutical products. 
Chlorocresol is an occasional human contact sensitizer.

Chemical formula: C7H7ClO
Molar mass: 142.58 g·mol−1
Appearance: White/pink solid
Odor: Phenolic
Density: 1.37 g/cm3 (20 °C)
Melting point: 55.55 °C (131.99 °F; 328.70 K)
Boiling point: 235 °C (455 °F; 508 K)
Solubility in water: 3.8 g/l at 20 °C (in water)

Usage: 
Chlorocresol is frequently used in:
-Personal care products, antibacterial hand soap, soap, shampoo and healthy products;
-Household & institutional disinfectant and cleansers, Public & hospital Hygiene;
-Other fields such as leather, metal machining liquid, concrete, film, glue, textile, oiled, paper, etc.
-Chlorocresol Manufacturer, Chlorocresol Supplier and Pcmc Supplier: 4-Chloro-m-cresol, Para-chloro-meta-cresol is a security and efficient anti-mould antiseptic, which can be used in antibacterial hand soap, shampoo and other healthy products - Pcmc Manufacturer.

Chlorocresol Usage
-Chlorocresol is frequently used in–Personal care products, antibacterial soap, shampoo, Liquid soap, laundry detergent and deodorant soap, etc
-Household institutional disinfectant and cleansers, Public hospital Hygiene.
-Other fields such as leather, metal machining liquid, concrete, film, glue, textile, oiled, paper, etc.

Chlorocresol Package and Storage:
20kg/cardboard drum with PE inner bag.
Keep container tightly closed.
Store in a col, dry, well-ventilated area away from incompatible substances.
Shelf life:2 years

Physical and Chemical Properties of Chlorocresol:
-PCMX is a security, efficient, anti-mould antiseptic, anti-mildew agent;
-Solubility: 4g/L in water, freely soluble in organic solvent such as alcohols (96% in alcohols), ether, ketones and strong base aqueous solution, and completely soluble in oil.
-Friendly to environment, formaldehyde-free, Non-toxic impurities, easily degradable;
-Well compatibility with anionic surfactant, Non-ionic surfactant and emulgator. Good synergistic effect with other antiseptic and bactericide;
-Ph range of application: 4-12

Application of Chlorocresol:
-Personal care products, Such as antibacterial soap, antibacterial shampoo and health care products;
-Household & institutional disinfectant and cleansers, Public & hospital Hygiene product;
-Other fields such as leather, metal machining liquid, concrete, film, glue, textile, oiled, paper, etc;

Dosage: 0.1-3%, According to the formulation.
Storage:Keep container tightly closed. Store in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area away from incompatible substances. 
Such as oxide, alkaline, anhydride and acyl chloride etc.

Mechanism of Action of Chlorocresol
Chlorocresol is a potent chlorinated phenolic disinfectant, antiseptic and bactericide. 
Chlorocresol has bactericidal activity against Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria and is effective against fungi but has little activity against bacterial spores except at high temperatures. 
Chlorocresol is more active in acid than in alkaline solution.
Chlorocresol is used in preparations for disinfection of the skin and wounds. 
Chlorocresol is also used as a preservative in cosmetics and in creams and other preparations for external use that contain water.
Chlorocresol is used as a preservative in aqueous injections issued in multidose containers. 
Chlorocresol is used as a preservative in pharmaceutical creams and lotions, especially steroid creams.
Chlorocresol is used in preparations for disinfection of the skin and wounds. 
Chlorocresol is also used as a preservative in cosmetics and in creams and other preparations for external use that contain water.

4-Chloro-3-methylphenol
Chlorocresol
59-50-7
4-Chloro-m-cresol
p-Chloro-m-cresol
p-Chlorocresol
Phenol, 4-chloro-3-methyl-
Parol
Ottafact
Baktol
4-Chloro-3-cresol
Candaseptic
Baktolan
Parmetol
Peritonan
Raschit
Rasen-Anicon
4-Chloro-5-methylphenol
PCMC
Preventol CMK
Raschit K

Chlorocresol is a man-made substance used as external germicide or bactericide and as a preservative for cosmetics, glues, gums, paints, creams, lotions, inks, textiles and leather goods. 
Chlorocresol is prepared by chlorination of m-cresol.
CAS registry number (Chemical Abstracts Service): 0000059-50-7
Chemical Formula: C7-H7-Cl-O
Molecular Weight: 143

Therapeutic Categories: 
-Antibacterial
-Antiseptic agent
-Disinfectant
-Antifungal agent
-Pharmaceutic aid: Preservative

Chemical Name
4-Chloro-3-metylphenol

The preservative 4-chloro-m-cresol (4CmC) is a potent and highly specific activator of ryanodine receptor-mediated Ca2+ release and induces contractures in [micro sign]molar ranges in skeletal muscles of Malignant Hyperthermia susceptible (MHS) patients.
Clinical formulas for heparin contain 4CmC in a reasonable amount. 
We studied whether these heparin formulas induce contractures in isolated MHS human skeletal muscles and whether significant serum levels of 4CmC are reached after heparinization in cardiopulmonary bypass patients.

METHODS: Muscle biopsy and in vitro contracture test were performed acc. to the European protocol.
With informed consent surplus muscle strips of MHS and normal (MHN) patients were exposed in the same experimental setting to clinical formulas of heparin, i.e. Thrombophob[registered sign] (1mg/ml 4CmC) and Liquemin[registered sign] (0.8mg/ml 4CmC), and to 4CmC (1mg/ml) and preservative-free heparin in increasing concentrations resp.. 
The effects on muscle contractures were compared between MHS and MHN. 
In a second step, serum levels of 4CmC in cardiopulmonary bypass patients were measured after heparinization (500U/kg) by HPLC at 5, 10 and 60 min. 
Statistical analysis was performed by U-test (p < 0.05).

RESULTS: 7 MHN/3 MHS muscle strips were incubated with Thrombophob[registered sign], 9 MHN/6 MHS with Liquemin[registered sign], 6 MHN/7 MHS with 4CmC, and 10 MHN/6 MHS with heparin. 
Clinical formulas of heparin as well as 4CmC induced significant higher contractures in MHS than MHN bundles. 
Preservative-free heparin caused no contractures. In 13 cardiopulmonary bypass patients, no significant serum levels of 4CmC could be detected with a detection threshold of 4[micro sign]M 4CmC.

CONCLUSION: Heparin formulas, containing 4CmC, induce dose dependent contractures in vitro in MHS human skeletal muscle at about 60 [micro sign]M 4CmC. 
However in vivo, 4CmC serum concentrations with therapeutic heparinization are at least 1/15 lower. 
The lipophilicity of 4CmC with a high volume of distribution may account for this findings. 
MHS patients seem to be not at risk by clinical heparin formulas, containing chlorocresol.

Foreign Names
Chlorocresolum (Latin)
Chlorocresol (German)
Chlorocrésol (French)
Clorocresol (Spanish)
Generic Names
Chlorocresol (OS: USAN)
Chlorocrésol (OS: DCF)
4-Chloro-m-cresol (IS)
Baktolan (IS)
CMK (IS)
Parachlormetacresol (IS)
Preventol CMK (IS)
UNII-36W53O7109 (IS)
Chlorocresol (PH: BP 2018, NF 33, Ph. Eur. 9, Ph. Int. 7)
Chlorocresolum (PH: Ph. Eur. 9, Ph. Int. 7)
Clorocresolo (PH: Ph. Eur. 9)

Chlorocresol has disinfectant, antiseptic and bactericidal properties. 
Chlorocresol kills bacteria, and prevents microbial growth. 
Chlorocresol is also used in various pharmaceutical products to increase shelf life.

USES AND ADMINISTRATION
Chlorocresol is a potent chlorinated phenolic disinfectant and antiseptic. 
Chlorocresol has bactericidal activity against Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria and is effective against fungi but has little activity against bacterial spores except at high temperatures. 
Chlorocresol is more active in acid than in alkaline solution. 
Chlorocresol is used in preparations for disinfection of the skin and wounds. 
Chlorocresol is also used as a preservative in cosmetics and in creams and other preparations for external use that contain water. 
Chlorocresol is used as a preservative in aqueous injections issued in multidose containers. 
Chlorocresol may also be added to aqueous preparations that cannot be sterilised in their final containers and have to be prepared using aseptic precautions. 
Concentrations of 0.1% have generally been used. 
Injections prepared with chlorocresol should not be injected into the CSF, the eye, or the heart. 
Also such injections should generally not be given in volumes greater than 15 mL. 
Sterilisation by heating with a bactericide such as chlorocresol is no longer a recommended practice.

CAS Registry Number: 59-50-7
CAS Name: 4-Chloro-3-methylphenol
Additional Names: 3-methyl-4-chlorophenol; 4-chloro-m-cresol; 6-chloro-m-cresol; 6-chloro-3-hydroxytoluene; 2-chloro-5-hydroxytoluene; parachlorometacresol
Molecular Formula: C7H7ClO
Molecular Weight: 142.58
Percent Composition: C 58.97%, H 4.95%, Cl 24.87%, O 11.22%
Properties: Dimorphous crystals, mp 55.5° and mp 66° (ligroin). 
Said to be odorless when very pure, but usually a phenolic odor persists. bp 235°. 
Volatile with steam. 
One gram dissolves in 260 ml water at 20°, more sol in hot water. 
Freely sol in alcohol, benzene, chloroform, ether, acetone, petr ether, fixed oils, terpenes, aq alkaline solns. 
Aq solns turn yellow on exposure to light and air.
Melting point: mp 55.5°; mp 66° (ligroin)
Boiling point: bp 235°
Use: Disinfectant; pharmaceutic aid (preservative).
Therap-Cat: Antiseptic, disinfectant.

p-Chloro-m-Cresol is a substituted phenol that functions as a cosmetic biocide preservative in skin care and suntan cosmetic formulations. 
While p-Chloro-m-Cresol is approved for preservative use by the European Union at concentrations of up to 0.2%, it can be used at other concentrations when not intended as a preservative, and it is prohibited from use in products intended to contact mucous membranes. 
p-Chloro-m-Cresol is approved for use as an indirect food additive in the United States. 
Acute, short-term, and subchronic tests in animals indicate no dose-related toxicity other than reduced body weight gain. 
A chronic feeding study in rats identified kidney damage in high-dose males and an increase in pituitary adenomas in mid- and high-dose females. 
No evidence of mutagenicity was seen in Ames tests, but there was an increase in SOS-DNA repair synthesis in Escherichia coli. 
A solution of p-Chloro-m-Cresol at concentrations as low as 0.05% produced ocular irritation in rabbits. 
Some evidence of dermal irritation and sensitization was found in animal studies. 
In clinical studies, 2%o p-Chloro-m-Cresol seems to be a skin irritant. 
Predictive patch tests using 5% p-Chloro-m-Cresol as the challenge were negative, but provocative patch tests yielded positive responses in a few individuals. 
Other data pertinent to the safety assessment of thisingredient are not available, including the concentration of use in cosmetics, UV absorption data (photosensitization data also are needed if theingredient absorbs in the UVA or UVB region), dermal developmental toxicity data and a mutagenicity study using a mammalian system (a 2-year dermal carcinogenicity study is also needed if the mutagenesis study is positive). 
Based on the presently available data, the safety of thisingredient in cosmetic formulations cannot be supported.

p-Chlor-m-cresol
2-Chloro-5-hydroxytoluene
6-Chloro-3-hydroxytoluene
3-METHYL-4-CHLOROPHENOL
2-Chloro-hydroxytoluene
4-Chloro-3-methyl phenol
m-Cresol, 4-chloro-
Rcra waste number U039
NSC 4166
para-Chloro-meta-cresol
MFCD00002323
CHEBI:34395
UNII-36W53O7109
1-Chloro-2-methyl-4-hydroxybenzene
NCGC00091338-01
Chlorcresolum
Chlorkresolum
Chlorocresolo
Chlorokresolum
Perol

Solubility: 4g/Lin water, easy soluble in organic solvent such as alcohols (96 percent in ethanol), ethers, ketones, etc. 
Freely soluble in fatty oils, and soluble in solutions of alkali hydroxides. 
Appearance: Off White Crystals
Boiling Point: 235 °C
CAS Number: 59-50-7
Class: 6.1
Density: 1.228 g/cm3
EINECS Number: 200-431-6
HS Code: 29081000
IUPAC Name: 4-Chloro-3-methylphenol
InChI: 1S/C7H7ClO/c1-5-4-6(9)2-3-7(5)8/h2-4,9H,1H3
InChIKey: CFKMVGJGLGKFKI-UHFFFAOYSA-N
Melting Point: 63-65 °C
Molar Mass: 142.58 g/mol
Molecular Formula: C7H7ClO
NFPA 704: H-2,F-1,R-0,C-NA
PG: 2
RTECS Number: GO7100000
Related Compounds: Chloroxylenol
Solubility: 4 g/l

The aim of this study is to evaluate the characterization and disinfection efficacy of chlorocresol nanoemulsion disinfectant (CND). 
The characterization of CND was examined by observing the appearance with the naked eye, identifying the structure type with dye tests and dilution tests, investigating the morphology with transmission electron microscopy, and measuring droplet size with a laser particle size analyzer. 
Conductivity, viscosity and pH values were separately measured and the stability was assessed by centrifugation tests and accelerated tests. 
The disinfection efficacy of CND was investigated with quantitative bactericidal tests of a bacteria suspension of E. coli 8099 and on-the-spot disinfection tests of the object surface. 
The results showed that the appearance of CND was transparent and no phase separation occurred after centrifuging, the structure type was an O/W nanoemulsion, the morphology was spherical droplets and the mean droplet size was 27.43 nm with normal distribution. 
The conductivity, viscosity and pH values were 479.67 μs cm−1, 204.33 cp and 2.52, respectively. 
CND showed good stability and could be stored for 2 years. 
In addition, CND exhibited strong bactericidal activity increasing with the increase of the disinfectant concentrations and disinfection time. 
Moreover, the bactericidal ability of CND was stronger than that of chlorocresol aqueous solution (P < 0.01). 
In conclusion, the results suggested that CND was an effective novel nanoemulsion disinfectant.

36W53O7109
DSSTox_CID_1717
Chloro-3-cresol
DSSTox_RID_76291
DSSTox_GSID_21717
Parachlorometacresol
Clorocresolo [DCIT]
Clorocresol [Spanish]
Caswell No. 185A
Chlorocresolum
Chlorocresolum [Latin]
Clorocresol
Clorocresolo
4-Chloro-3-methylphenol, 99+%
Clorocresol [INN-Spanish]
CAS-59-50-7
Chlorocresolum [INN-Latin]
CCRIS 1938
4-chloro-meta-cresol
HSDB 5198
4-Chloro-1-hydroxy-3-methylbenzene
EINECS 200-431-6
4-chloro-3-methyl-phenol
RCRA waste no. U039

THE CHLOROCRESOL METHOD FOR FIELD COLLECTING:
For some years entomologists at the South Australian Museum, in Adelaide, Australia, have been using a novel method to preserve insect specimens, including butterflies, moths, and grasshoppers, as well as run-of-the-mill insect collections such as are gathered in the course of trapping with the aid of mercury vapor lamps. 
Because of the many specimens to be handled, new and rapid methods of preservation were necessary. 
At first the rather odorous chemical, tri-chlor-phenol, which is a substance of a dirty sugar-like appearance, was used. 
This was very useful in inhibiting development of moulds in containers with freshly killed specimens. 
Using refrigeration it was possible after sealing up the cans to keep them for several weeks without apparent deterioration, then take and set them up without necessity of relaxing in moist air.
When adopted by private collectors the odor of the preservation was not such as to encourage good home relations when the domestic refrigerator was used by the entomologist.
A casual shortage of tri-chlor-phenol later led Mr. R. H. FISHER to experiment by using granular crystals of Chlorocresol (name registered in the British Pharmacopeia). 
This almost inodorous chemical was an instant success, revolutionised collecting techniques, and has enabled the development of a quite nove] method of preserving specimens in the field. 

EPA Pesticide Chemical Code 064206
BRN 1237629
Lysochlor
Chlorocresol [USAN:INN:NF]
AI3-00075
Chlorocresol, NF
Spectrum_000130
2p7a
4-chlor-3-methylphenol
Chlorocresol (NF/INN)
Spectrum2_000002
Spectrum4_000278
Spectrum5_000705
4-chloro-5-methyl-phenol
WLN: QR DG C
EC 200-431-6
SCHEMBL12344
KBioGR_000776
KBioSS_000590
MLS002152924
BIDD:ER0169
DivK1c_000768
Phenol, 4-chloro-5-methyl-
SPECTRUM1500178
SPBio_000003
ZINC1124
CHEMBL1230222
DTXSID4021717

Pharmacokinets of Chlorocresol
Absorption: Chlorocresol is applied topically
Onset of Action for Chlorocresol
N/A
Duration of Action for Chlorocresol
N/A
Half Life of Chlorocresol
N/A
Side Effects of Chlorocresol
Sensitisation reactions
Contra-indications of Chlorocresol
Hypersensitivity to the drug
Special Precautions while taking Chlorocresol
N/A
Pregnancy Related Information
N/A
Old Age Related Information
N/A
Breast Feeding Related Information
N/A
Children Related Information
N/A
Indications for Chlorocresol
Antiseptic
Interactions for Chlorocresol
N/A
Typical Dosage for Chlorocresol
As directed by the Physician
Schedule of Chlorocresol
N/A
Storage Requirements for Chlorocresol
Store at room temperature away from moisture and heat. 
Keep out of the reach of children.
Effects of Missed Dosage of Chlorocresol
Apply the missed dose as soon as noticed and if Chlorocresol is the time for next dose then skip the missed dose. 
Continue the regular schedule. 
Do not double the dose.
Effects of Overdose of Chlorocresol
Give supportive measures and symptomatic treatment.

4-Chloro-3-methylphenol, 99%
HMS502G10
KBio1_000768
KBio2_000590
KBio2_003158
KBio2_005726
EBD9810
NSC4166
NINDS_000768
HMS1920O03
HMS2091C14
HMS3652F13
HMS3885P09
Pharmakon1600-01500178
HY-B1284
NSC-4166
Tox21_111116
Tox21_201293
Tox21_300054
ANW-33283
BDBM50527069
CCG-39979
HSCI1_000352
NSC756680
s4209
SBB060654
STL268900

Before using Clotrimazole / Chlorocresol, inform your doctor about your current list of medications, over the counter products (e.g. vitamins, herbal supplements, etc.), allergies, pre-existing diseases, and current health conditions (e.g. pregnancy, upcoming surgery, etc.). 
Some health conditions may make you more susceptible to the side-effects of the drug. 
Take as directed by your doctor or follow the direction printed on the product insert. 
Dosage is based on your condition. 
Tell your doctor if your condition persists or worsens. 
Important counseling points are listed below.
-Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
-Alcohol use
-Allergic reaction to this drug
-Avoid contact with the eyes for cream
-Diabetes
-Do not use in children under 2 years of age unless directed by a doctor
-Do not use on diaper rash
-History of alcohol abuse
-Human immunodeficiency virus infection
-Keep this medicine out of reach of children

As for Phenol, The antimicrobial activity of chlorocresol may be reduced by incompatibility (see above), adsorption, increasing pH, or through combination with organic matter (including oils and fats) or nonionic surfactants. 
Chlorocresol is less toxic than phenol. 
Sensitisation reactions may follow application to the skin and hypersensitivity has occurred after systemic use of injections containing chlorocresol as a preservative.

AKOS000120242
Tox21_111116_1
CS-4678
MCULE-7719563630
NE10170
NSC-756680
Chlorocresol (4-Chloro-3-methylphenol)
IDI1_000768
NCGC00091338-02
NCGC00091338-03
NCGC00091338-04
NCGC00091338-06
NCGC00254021-01
NCGC00258845-01
4-Chloro-3-methylphenol, technical grade
AC-14332
LS-13269
Q208
SMR001224524
SBI-0051308.P003
4-Chloro-3-methylphenol, analytical standard
B1696
FT-0618220
ST50823834
SW219289-1
AZ0001-0105
4-Chloro-3-methylphenol, >=98.0% (HPLC)
A16444
C14331
D03468
AB00051939_02
AB00051939_03
Q302865
SR-05000002033
4-Chloro-3-methylphenol 100 microg/mL in Methanol
Q-200453
SR-05000002033-1
BRD-K89056082-001-03-6
F0001-1543
Z955123738
43M
6-Chloro-3-hydroxytoluene
2-Chloro-5-hydroxytoluene
3-Methyl-4-chlorophenol
p-Chloro-m-cresol
4-Chloro-m-cresol
Ottafact
4-chloro-1-hydroxy-3-methylbenzene
p-Chloro-m-cresol
4-chloro-3-methyl-pheno
Parmetol
Parol
Parachlorometacresol
m-Cresol, 4-chloro-
PCMC
Candaseptic

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