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The murine local lymph node assay is a new predictive test for identifying contact sensitizers. It measures the proliferative response in the lymph nodes during the sensitization phase. In the… Continue Reading
Although they are subject to some limitations, sensitization tests such as the guinea pig maximization test (GPMT) have for many years provided a valuable basis for the identification of skin… Continue Reading
The Agents Kernel Language (AKL) is a general purpose concurrent constraint language. It combines the programming paradigms of search-oriented languages such as Prolog and process-oriented languages… Continue Reading
The murine local lymph node assay is a method for predictive testing of contact allergenicity, but its ability to discriminate between allergens and irritants has been questioned. To explain some of… Continue Reading
We introduce ports, an alternative to streams, as communication support for object-oriented programming in concurrent constraint logic programming languages. From a pragmatic point of view ports… Continue Reading
In order to better understand the skin sensitization mechanism of allylic hydroperoxides, linalyl hydroperoxide (1) and several of its potential rearrangement products-epoxylinalool (2), epoxynerol… Continue Reading
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1. Oxidation of NADPH by various acceptors catalyzed by submitochondrial particles and a partially purified NADH dehydrogenase from beef heart was investigated. Submitochondrial particles devoid of… Continue Reading