User menu

Experimental Induction of Rough Dermatitic Skin in Humans

Bibliographic reference Vanneste, D. ; Mahmoud, G. ; Masmoudi, M.. Experimental Induction of Rough Dermatitic Skin in Humans. In: Contact Dermatitis : environmental and occupational dermatitis, Vol. 16, no. 1, p. 27-33 (1987)
Permanent URL
  1. Toby Mathias C. G., Maibach H. I., Dermatotoxicology Monographs I. Cutaneous Irritation: Factors Influencing the Response to Irritants, 10.3109/15563657808988241
  2. Neste, Bioeng Skin, 3, 250 (1985)
  3. Nilsson G. E., Measurement of water exchange through skin, 10.1007/bf02441040
  4. Holloway G Allen., Watkins Dennis W., LASER DOPPLER MEASUREMENT OF CUTANEOUS BLOOD FLOW, 10.1111/1523-1747.ep12507665
  5. Lansdown A. B. G., Animal Models for the Study of Skin Irritants, Current Problems in Dermatology ISBN:9783805527972 p.26-38, 10.1159/000401273
  6. Bisselt, Models in dermatology, I, 159 (1985)
  7. Piltz, Models in dermatology, 2, 209 (1985)
  8. Dahl Mark V., Trancik Ronald J., Sodium lauryl sulfate irritant patch tests: Degree of inflammation at various times, 10.1111/j.1600-0536.1977.tb03672.x
  9. Dahl Mark V., Roering Mary Jane, Sodium lauryl sulfate irritant patch tests. III. Evaporation of aqueous vehicle influences inflammatory response, 10.1016/s0190-9622(84)70194-0
  10. Nilzén Å., Voss-Lagerlund K., Epicutaneous Tests with Detergents and a Number of other Common Allergens, 10.1159/000255056
  11. Coenraads P. J., Bleumink E., Nater J. P., Susceptibility to primary irritants : Age dependence and relation to contact allergic reactions, 10.1111/j.1600-0536.1975.tb05478.x
  12. Bruynzeel D. P., van Ketel W. G., Scheper R. J., von Blomberg-van der Flier B. M. E., Delayed time course of irritation by sodium lauryl sulfate: Observations on threshold reactions, 10.1111/j.1600-0536.1982.tb04205.x
  13. de Jongh G. J., Porosity of Human Skin in vivo Assessed via Water Loss, Carbon Dioxide Loss and Electrical Impedance for Healthy Volunteers, Atopic and Psoriatic Patients, Some Fundamental Approaches in Skin Research ISBN:9783805530804 p.83-101, 10.1159/000403345
  14. Hassing J.H., Nater J.P., Bleumink E., Irritancy of Low Concentrations of Soap and Synthetic Detergents as Measured by Skin Water Loss, 10.1159/000250108
  15. Van Der Valk Pieter G.M., Nater Johan P., Bleumink Eric, Skin Irritancy of Surfactants As Assessed by Water Vapor Loss Measurements, 10.1111/1523-1747.ep12260388
  16. Nilsson Gert E., Otto Uno, Wahlberg Jan E., Assessment of skin irritancy in man by laser Doppler flowmetry, 10.1111/j.1600-0536.1982.tb04266.x
  17. Hamami, J finest Dermatol, 5, 448 (1985)
  18. Blanken, Dermatosen, 34, 5 (1986)
  19. Fyad, Ann Dermatol Venereol (1986)
  20. Neste, Bioeng Skin, 2, 103 (1986)
  21. Neste, Clin Exp Dermatol (1986)
  22. Imokawa Genji, Mishima Yutaka, Cumulative effect of surfactants on cutaneous horny layers: Lysosomal activity of human keratin layersin vivo, 10.1111/j.1600-0536.1981.tb03980.x
  23. PROTTEY C., OLIVER D., COXON A. C., Prediction and measurement of surfactant action upon human skin under realistic conditions, 10.1111/j.1467-2494.1984.tb00384.x
  24. Fisher Louis B., Maibach Howard I., Effect of some irritants on human epidermal mitosis, 10.1111/j.1600-0536.1975.tb05434.x
  25. McOsker Don E., Beck L.W., Characteristics of Accommodated (Hardened) Skin**From the Miami Valley Laboratories of the Procter and Gamble Company, Cincinnati, Ohio., 10.1038/jid.1967.60
  26. Fischer Torkel, Rystedt Ingela, Skin protection against ionized cobalt and sodium lauryl sulphate with barrier creams, 10.1111/j.1600-0536.1983.tb04318.x
  27. Mahmoud G., Lachapelle J. M., van Neste D., Histological assessment of skin damage by irritants: its possible use in the evaluation of a ‘barrier cream’, 10.1111/j.1600-0536.1984.tb00967.x
  28. Amantea M., Tur E., Maibach H. I., Guy R. H., Preliminary skin blood flow measurements appear unsuccessful for assessing topical corticosteroid effect, 10.1007/bf00417347
  29. Rietschel Robert L., Irritant and Allergic Responses as Influenced by Triamcinolone in Patch Test Materials, 10.1001/archderm.1985.01660010072021
  30. NESTE D., STAQUET M.J., VIAC J., LACHAPELLE J.M., THIVOLET J., A new way to evaluate the germinative compartment in human epidermis, using [3H]thymidine incorporation and immunoperoxidase staining of 67 K polypeptide, 10.1111/j.1365-2133.1983.tb04595.x