Human assay for identifying substances which induce non-allergic contact urticaria: the NICU-test.

@article{Gollhausen1985HumanAF,
  title={Human assay for identifying substances which induce non-allergic contact urticaria: the NICU-test.},
  author={R Gollhausen and Albert M. Kligman},
  journal={Contact dermatitis},
  year={1985},
  volume={13 2},
  pages={98-106}
}
The problems of non-immunologic contact urticariogens are addressed from various points of view. A new test for evaluating substances which may cause non-immunologic contact urticaria in humans, the NICU test, is introduced. Characteristic data of widely known contact urticariogens are given. 

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