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Monitoring levels of preservative sensitivity in Europe
A 10‐year multicentre analysis of the frequency of sensitivity to common preservatives collected in 16 centres in 11 countries has shown stable but persisting high levels of sensitivity toExpand
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Patch testing with fragrances: results of a multicenter study of the European Environmental and Contact Dermatitis Research Group with 48 frequently used constituents of perfumes
The objective of this study was to determine the frequency of reactivity to a series of commonly fragrances in dermatological patients. A total of 48 fragrances (FF) were chosen, based on theExpand
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Corticosteroid contact allergy: an EECDRG multicentre study
This article describes the results of an EECDRG multicentre study on contact allergy to corticosteroids. A total of 7238 patients were investigated: 6238 in 13 centres in the course of 1993, and 1000Expand
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Assessment of grape cluster yield components based on 3D descriptors using stereo vision
Abstract Wine quality depends mostly on the features of the grapes it is made from. Cluster and berry morphology are key factors in determining grape and wine quality. However, current practices forExpand
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Palladium contact sensitivity
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Allergic reactions to a hairdressers’series: results from 9 European centres
To obtain data on the frequency of sensitization among European hairdressers, the patch test results from 9 centres were evaluated. 8 allergens recommended by the ICDRG and EECDRG in the hairdressingExpand
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Principles and methodology for identification of fragrance allergens in consumer products *
Fragrances contain several hundreds of different chemicals, a few major and many minor, which are responsible for the complexity of the odour. Fragrances are a major cause of allergic contactExpand
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Reduced frequency of nickel allergy upon oral nickel contact at an early age
From animal studies we know that oral administration of T‐dcpcndcnt antigens before sensitization effectively induces systemic immune unresponsiveness. Such ‘oral tolerance’ is persistent,Expand
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Testing with fragrance mix
In a multicentre study, the value of adding sorbitan sesquioleate (SSO) to the constituents of the 8% fragrance mix (FM) was investigated. In 7 centres, 709 consecutive patients were tested with 2Expand
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The European standard series. European Environmental and Contact Dermatitis Research Group (EECDRG).
Changes to the European standard series which have taken place since the last officially recommended alterations in 1988, are explained. New to the series is the sesquiterpene lactone mix. The PPDExpand
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