Cross‐reaction patterns in patients with contact allergy to simple methylol phenols

@article{Bruze1997CrossreactionPI,
  title={Cross‐reaction patterns in patients with contact allergy to simple methylol phenols},
  author={Magnus Bruze and Erik Zimerson},
  journal={Contact Dermatitis},
  year={1997},
  volume={37}
}
The low‐molecular‐weight phenols 2‐methylol phenol (2‐MP), 4‐methylol phenol (4‐MP), 2,4,6‐trimethylol phenol (2,4,6‐MP), 3‐methylol phenol (3‐MP), 2,4‐dimethylol phenol (2,4‐MP), and 2,6‐dimethylol phenol (2,6‐MP) are contact sensitizers in resins leased on phenol and formaldehyde (P‐F‐R). Other chemically related low‐molecular‐weight phenols are common in the environment. In patients hypersensitive to P‐F‐R and MPs, it is for diagnostic, therapeutic and preventive reasons necessary to know… Expand
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