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Electrophilicity is one of the most common features of skin contact sensitizers and is necessary for protein haptenation. The… Expand Background The seventh amendment of the European Union (EU) Cosmetics Directive (March 2005) and the Detergents Regulations of… Expand To study the frequency of sensitization to 26 fragrances to be labelled according to current European regulation. During 4… Expand TRPM8 (CMR1) is a Ca2+‐permeable channel, which can be activated by low temperatures, menthol, eucalyptol and icilin. It belongs… Expand The National Academy of Science (NAS) risk assessment paradigm has been widely accepted as a framework for estimating risk from… Expand Axillary dermatitis is a common problem, particularly in individuals with contact allergy to fragrances. Many individuals suspect… Expand Epidemiological studies have described an increasing prevalence of fragrance allergy and indicated an association with hand… Expand Background The need to develop predictive tests which could identify potential allergens has been recognized for many years… Expand 256 patients with a clinical diagnosis of contact dermatitis were patch tested with European standard series allergens in a… Expand