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Self-perceived sensory responses to soap and synthetic detergent bars correlate with clinical signs of irritation.
- F. A. Simion, L. D. Rhein, +4 authors G. Grove
- Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology
- 1 February 1995
BACKGROUND Epidemiologic studies indicate that after using soaps and other personal care products, many consumers experience irritation. In 50% of the cases the feelings of skin dryness, itching, and… Expand
Request for an Impartial Discussion of the So-Called Mistletoe Therapy
Ethoxylated alcohol (Neodol-12) and other surfactants in the assay of protein kinase C.
- T. F. Abidi, C. A. Faaland, D. D. Scala, L. D. Rhein, J. Laskin
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Biochimica et biophysica acta
- 15 September 1989
Most commonly used surfactants were found to be inhibitors of partially purified rat brain protein kinase C at or above their critical micellar concentrations (CMC). These include sodium lauryl… Expand