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The adverse effect of commercial dentine-bonding systems on the skin of guinea pigs.
It was widely known that 2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate (2-HEMA) can cause contact dermatitis. Commercially available dentine primers and dentine bonding agents that contain 2-HEMA are widely used. TheExpand
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Tranilast inhibits the proliferation of human coronary smooth muscle cell through the activation of p21waf1.
Restenosis after percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty (PTCA) occurs due to vascular smooth muscle cell proliferation and migration. Recently, tranilast, an anti-allergic drug, has been usedExpand
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Bonding Efficacy of Erythritol Methacrylate Solutions as Dentin Primers
The bonding efficacy of aqueous solutions of two kinds of erythritol methacrylates as dentin primers was examined by measurement of the polymerization contraction gap of a light-activated resinExpand
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A delayed hypersensitivity reaction to dentine primer in the guinea-pig.
OBJECTIVE This study was undertaken to examine the possibility of a delayed hypersensitivity reaction or contact dermatitis occurring in the guinea-pig in response to methacrylate derivatives used asExpand
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Contact dermatitis caused by 2-HEMA and GM dentin primer solutions applied to guinea pigs and humans.
The purposes of this study were to examine whether 2-HEMA, GM, and methacrylic acid cause contact dermatitis, and to determine the optimum concentrations of these primers for sensitization andExpand
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Possibility of allergic reaction to dentin primer--application on the skin of guinea pigs.
We studied the allergic reaction of guinea pigs to glyceryl methacrylate (GM), hydroxyethyl methacrylate (HEMA) and meso-erythritol methacrylate (EM), which are used as dentin primers. On the 18thExpand
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Adverse effect of dentine bonding agent on the oral mucosa of guinea pigs.
The purpose of present study was to determine the possibility of nebulous discoloration of the oral mucosa of guinea pigs as a result of the application of dentine bonding agents. The materials usedExpand
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Evaluation of skin irritation and sensitization of two diol solutions used as experimental dentin primers in humans and guinea pigs.
The purpose of the present study was to evaluate the safety of ethylene glyco (EG) and 1,6-hexanediol (HD) solutions as experimental dentin primers when subjected to the guinea pig maximization testExpand
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