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Staphylococcus aureus in the lesions of atopic dermatitis
Systemic and topical antibiotic therapy pro‐duced a profound decrease in Staph.
The Identification of Contact Allergens by Animal Assay. the Guinea Pig Maximization Test
The guinea pig is the laboratory animal par excellence for the establishment of allergic contact sensitization and is the main source of knowledge of this form of delayed hypersensitivity.
The identification of contact allergens by animal assay. The guinea pig maximization test.
The microbiology of the human axilla and its relationship to axillary odor.
- J. Leyden, K. McGinley, E. Hölzle, J. Labows, A. Kligman
- Biology, MedicineThe Journal of investigative dermatology
- 1 November 1981
The axillary microflora of 229 subjects was characterized quantitatively and the results correlated with whether the odor was pungent body odor or instead a faint "acid odor". The axillary flora was…
The identification of contact allergens by human assay. 3. The maximization test: a procedure for screening and rating contact sensitizers.
- A. Kligman
- EngineeringThe Journal of investigative dermatology
- 1 April 1989
The identification of contact allergens by human assay. II. Factors influencing the induction and measurement of allergic contact dermatitis.
- A. Kligman
- MedicineThe Journal of investigative dermatology
Photoprotection by melanin--a comparison of black and Caucasian skin.
A new formula for depigmenting human skin.
The formula was therapeutically effective in treatment of melasma, ephelides, and postinflammatory hyperpigmentation and Senile lentigines were resistant to this therapy.
An investigation of the biology of the human sebaceous gland.
A new concept of human sebaceous gland functioning is set forth and certain forces influential in the gland's activity are examined to exclude from consideration knowledge obtained from animal experimentation.
A new method for the quantitative investigation of cutaneous bacteria.
This study deals exclusively with the aerobic microflora of normal and abnormal skin using a modification of the cup scrub technic of Pachtman et al.