Please read the following safety tips/guidelines before handling the enzymes.
TOYOBO enzymes are obtained from various microorganisms, animals and plants. They are mainly used diagnostically, and are NOT used to treat humans or animals.
Eye/skin irritation, coughing, or other allergic reactions may occur with direct contact, or inhalation or ingestion of the enzymes, which can lead to more severe symptoms such as asthma.
Eye/skin contact: Wash off with copious amounts of water.
Inhalation: Go outside into the fresh air and breathe deeply. Also gargle.
Ingestion: Swallow copious amounts of water to facilitate immediate vomiting.
* In any of the above events, promptly consult a physician afterwards.
Wear gloves, goggles, mask, and long-sleeved work clothes.
Note: The above safety guide is for the situation in which trained laboratory personnel are handling enzymes for diagnostic application, complying with appropriate safety procedures, for which the users are responsible. Should you use the enzymes for another application, be sure to provide safety measures corresponding to that application.
The sole purpose of this document is to offer information that is currently available, and a guideline. It does not constitute supplier's liability or a warranty.
For more information on enzyme composition, properties and characteristics, and hazard identification, the Material Safety Data Sheet is available upon request.
Enzymes may lose their activity because of humidity, increase in temperature, or other unsuitable conditions during storage or upon usage.
Refer to the following points to maintain their activity.