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Dermal absorption of human breast skin obtained fresh from a local hospital was tested before and after freezer storage at -19 degrees C for 30 or 60 d. Dermatomed skin (0.4-0.5 mm) was tested in vitro using the Bronaugh flow-through diffusion cells perfused at 1.5 ml/h with receiver solution (Hanks HEPES buffered basal saline containing 4% bovine serum(More)
In vitro dermal absorption experiments were conducted using a roll-on deodorant that contains 1.56% di(2-ethylhexyl) adipate (DEHA), a plasticizer widely used in consumer products. Human skin specimens were fitted in Bronaugh flow-through Teflon diffusion cells. The diffusion cells were maintained at 32 °C to reflect the skin temperature. Two amounts (low(More)
A highly precautionary cost-effective method for estimating dermal absorption using data from 24-h skin soap washes from in vitro dermal absorption tests in Bronaugh flow-through diffusion cells with human skin is reported. Skin was dosed with 16 U.S. Environmental Protection (EPA) priority polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) applied in mixture each at 2(More)
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