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Histological assessment of skin damage by irritants: its possible use in the evaluation of a ‘barrier cream’
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Although this crude method only allows objectivity of the later stages of a toxic reaction, it gives useful information about the potential protective effect of a silicone‐containing barrier cream. Expand
Evaluation of the protective value of an antisolvent gel by laser Doppler flowmetry and histology
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The possible application of laser Doppler flowmetry as a new objective method to test skin irritation and to evaluate the protective efficiency of burner creams of barrier creams and gels was confirmed by the histological findings. Expand
Anhydrite dermatitis in coal mines
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The anhydrite paste used in coal mines is therefore more alkaline than the hemihydrate paste and it is conceivable that the skin irritancy is attributable to alkalinity when the paste is splashed around during filling operations. Expand
Experimental induction of rough dermatitic skin in humans
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The results provide a rational basis supporting the use of this experimental model of RDS for testing of preventive, and therapeutic efficacy as well as refining the evaluation of tolerance of cosmetics especially designed for use on sensitive skin. Expand
Gilding Technique and Conservation of a Gilded Greco-Roman Cartonnage in Hurghada Museum
Hurghada museum includes a gilded cartonnage from Greco-roman period from Hawara, Fayoum governorate. This gilded cartonnage suffers from many deterioration phenomena, for example presence of cracks,Expand
Effect of Essential Oils Treatments on Quality Characteristics of Anna Apple (Malus domestica Borkh) Fruits during Cold Storage
Anna apple (Malus domestica, Borkh) is a low chilling cultivar spreading in many tropical and subtropical areas. During storage, apples are exposed to different levels of microbial decay, by aExpand
DETERIORATION AND CONSERVATION OF AN ASSYRIAN BRONZE KNEADING BOWL
An Assyrian bronze kneading bowel is preserved in the storage area of the Jordanian Heritage Museum. Its diameter is 37 cm, and the height is 16 cm. The bronze bowl suffered from many corrosionExpand
DETERIORATION AND CONSERVATION OF AN
An Assyrian bronze kneading bowel is preserved in the storage area of the Jordanian Heritage Museum. Its diameter is 37 cm, and the height is 16 cm. The bronze bowl suffered from many corrosionExpand
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