di·ni·tro·chlo·ro·ben·zene (di-ni″tro-klor″o-benґzēn) a substance that produces a delayed-type hypersensitivity response (contact dermatitis) in sensitized individuals when applied to the skin; it is a commonly used sensitizing agent in laboratory immunology and has been used to test cellular immune function in evaluation of suspected immunodeficiency. Abbreviated DNCB.

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