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Satratoxin-H is not officially classified as a chemical weapon.
Satratoxin-H is extremely versatile. Contact with the solution through ingestion, inhalation, or even physical contact produces symptoms similar to those listed below.
However, if consumed in large quantities, it can be lethal. Satratoxin-H has little effect on bare skin, and does not blister in the way many chemical weapons do. However, upon sensitive surfaces (eyes, interior of mouth or nose), it can irritate the skin or cause a rash.
The toxicology of satratoxin-H shows that it has an LD50 for mice of 1.0 - 1.4 mg/kg, upon injection. Otherwise it is reported to be about five times as toxic as the T-2 toxin.
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