Draize testDraize test
A test to determine the degree to which a substance such as a cosmetic or pharmaceutical irritates human tissues, in which a small amount of the substance is applied directly in the eye of a rabbit, and the rabbit is then monitored.
Origin of Draize testAfter John Henry Draize, (1900–1992), American pharmacologist.
(plural Draize tests)
After US toxicologist John H. Draize.