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A bone sialoprotein-binding protein from Staphylococcus aureus: a member of the staphylococcal Sdr family.
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Serum from patients suffering from bone and joint infection contained antibodies that reacted with the fusion protein of the BSP-binding protein, indicating that the protein is expressed during an infection and is immunogenic. Expand
Patch testing of patients allergic to Disperse Blue 106 and Disperse Blue 124 with thin‐layer chromatograms and purified dyes
Background:  Former investigations have demonstrated that patch test preparations containing Disperse Blue (DB) 106 and DB 124 are impure.
Stability of corticosteroid patch test preparations
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The petrolatum preparations and the ethanolic solutions of budesonide and tixocortol pivalate were stable for at least the whole investigative period, irrespective of storage conditions, while Hc‐17‐B 1.0% in ethanol kept deep frozen was stable at least during the same period. Expand
Allergic contact dermatitis caused by methylisothiazolinone from different sources, including ‘mislabelled’ household wet wipes
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A 39-year-old non-atopic nurse was referred to the contact allergy unit in November 2012 because of eczematous skin lesions on the arms, neck and trunk of 7-month duration, which reappeared after this treatment had been stopped. Expand
Allergic contact dermatitis from cobalt in jewellery
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A 45-year-old female was patch tested with the authors' standard series 3 years ago and was shown to be hypersensitive to both nickel and cobalt, and a vesicular eczema appeared, nickel dermatitis was suspected. Expand
Contact urticaria syndrome caused by direct hair dyes in a hairdresser
A 57-year-old woman, formerly employed as a hairdresser but still practising in her spare time, presented to us with eczema of the hands and feet in November 2012. Previous patch testing had shownExpand
Patch testing with thin‐layer chromatograms
A 45-year-old man had been employed as a chemical worker since 1996 in an industry producing pro-drugs. In May 2001, the factory began to produce phosphorylcreatine, with a half-enclosed workingExpand
Photoallergic contact dermatitis from ketoprofen induced by drug-contaminated personal objects.
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Relapses ofphotoallergic contact dermatitis in patients photoallergic to ketoprofen can be induced by ketop rofen-contaminated objects such as bandages and slippers. Expand
Demonstration of contact sensitizers in resins and products based on phenol‐formaldehyde
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The highest concentrations (up to 15% w/w) of allergens were noted for methylol phenols in resol resins based on phenol and formaldehyde, and the corresponding novolak resins showed d high content of dihydroxydiphenyl methanes. Expand
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