Contact allergy to atranorin in lichens and perfumes.

Abstract

Atranorin, one of the most common lichen substances, gave positive patch test reactions in eight subjects (1%) in a routine series. These subjects also reacted to fumarprotocetraric acid and some of them to evernic acid. Stictic acid and usnic acid gave negative reactions. The lichen oak moss Evernia prunastri and an oak moss perfume gave positive reactions… (More)

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@article{Dahlquist1980ContactAT, title={Contact allergy to atranorin in lichens and perfumes.}, author={Irma Hasham Dahlquist and S. Fregert}, journal={Contact dermatitis}, year={1980}, volume={6 2}, pages={111-9} }