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    1. Kimber, I; Basketter, DA; Berthold, K; Butler, M; Garrigue, JL; Lea, L; Newsome, C; Roggeband, R; Steiling, W; Stropp, G; Waterman, S; Wiemann, C
      Skin sensitization testing in potency and risk assessment

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    2. Rubin, RL; Kretz-Rommel, A
      Phagocyte-mediated oxidation in idiosyncratic adverse drug reactions

      CURRENT OPINION IN HEMATOLOGY
    3. Kanikkannan, N; Jackson, T; Shaik, MS; Singh, M
      Evaluation of skin sensitization potential of melatonin and nimesulide by murine local lymph node assay

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
    4. Wulferink, M; Gonzalez, J; Goebel, C; Gleichmann, E
      T cells ignore aniline, a prohapten, but respond to its reactive metabolites generated by phagocytes: Possible implications for the pathogenesis of toxic oil syndrome

      CHEMICAL RESEARCH IN TOXICOLOGY
    5. Kimber, I; Pichowski, JS; Betts, CJ; Cumberbatch, M; Basketter, DA; Dearman, RJ
      Alternative approaches to the identification and characterization of chemical allergens

      TOXICOLOGY IN VITRO
    6. Ryan, CA; Hulette, BC; Gerberick, GF
      Approaches for the development of cell-based in vitro methods for contact sensitization

      TOXICOLOGY IN VITRO
    7. Takeyoshi, M; Yamasaki, K; Yakabe, Y; Takatsuki, M; Kimber, I
      Development of non-radio isotopic endpoint of murine local lymph node assay based on 5-bromo-2 '-deoxyuridine (BrdU) incorporation

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    8. Ulrich, P; Grenet, O; Bluemel, J; Vohr, HW; Wiemann, C; Grundler, O; Suter, W
      Cytokine expression profiles during murine contact allergy: T helper 2 cytokines are expressed irrespective of the type of contact allergen

      ARCHIVES OF TOXICOLOGY
    9. Ulrich, P; Streich, J; Suter, W
      Intralaboratory validation of alternative endpoints in the murine local lymph node assay for the identification of contact allergic potential: primary ear skin irritation and ear-draining lymph node hyperplasia induced by topical chemicals

      ARCHIVES OF TOXICOLOGY
    10. van Och, FMM; Vandebriel, RJ; Prinsen, MK; De Jong, WH; Slob, W; van Loveren, H
      Comparison of dose-responses of contact allergens using the guinea pig maximization test and the local lymph node assay

      TOXICOLOGY
    11. Warbrick, EV; Dearman, RJ; Ashby, J; Schmezer, P; Kimber, I
      Preliminary assessment of the skin sensitizing activity of selected rodentcarcinogens using the local lymph node assay

      TOXICOLOGY
    12. Kimber, I
      The local lymph node assay and potential application to the identificationof drug allergens

      TOXICOLOGY
    13. Pieters, R
      The popliteal lymph node assay: a tool for predicting drug allergies

      TOXICOLOGY
    14. Hastings, KL
      Pre-clinical methods for detecting the hypersensitivity potential of pharmaceuticals: regulatory considerations

      TOXICOLOGY
    15. Steiling, W; Basketter, D; Berthold, K; Butler, M; Garrigue, JL; Kimber, I; Lea, L; Newsome, C; Roggeband, R; Stropp, G; Waterman, S; Wiemann, C
      Skin sensitisation testing - new perspectives and recommendations

      FOOD AND CHEMICAL TOXICOLOGY
    16. Kuricova, M; Tulinska, J; Kubova, J; Liskova, A; Fuortes, L
      Allergenicity testing of supermethrin, phenoxyacetic acid and DNCB using in vivo and in vitro modifications of the local lymph node assays, maximization and epicutaneous testing

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED TOXICOLOGY
    17. Pichowski, JS; Cumberbatch, M; Dearman, RJ; Basketter, DA; Kimber, I
      Allergen-induced changes in interleukin 1 beta (IL-1 beta) mRNA expressionby human blood-derived dendritic cells: Inter-individual differences and relevance for sensitization testing

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED TOXICOLOGY
    18. Dearman, RJ; Kimber, I
      Cytokine fingerprinting and hazard assessment of chemical respiratory allergy

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED TOXICOLOGY
    19. Basketter, DA; Kimber, I
      Predictive testing in contact allergy: facts and future

      ALLERGY
    20. Reinhardi, E; Waeber, R; Niederer, M; Maurer, T; Maly, H; Scherer, S
      Preservation of products with MCI/MI in Switzerland

      CONTACT DERMATITIS
    21. Basketter, DA; Wright, ZM; Warbrick, EV; Dearman, RJ; Kimber, I; Ryan, CA; Gerberick, GF; White, IR
      Human potency predictions for aldehydes using the local lymph node assay

      CONTACT DERMATITIS
    22. Patlewicz, G; Basketter, DA; Smith, CK; Hotchkiss, SAM; Roberts, DW
      Skin-sensitization structure-activity relationships for aldehydes

      CONTACT DERMATITIS
    23. Nilsson, AM; Gafvert, E; Salvador, L; Luthman, K; Bruze, M; Gruvberger, B; Nilsson, JLG; Karlberg, AT
      Mechanism of the antigen formation of carvone and related alpha,beta-unsaturated ketones

      CONTACT DERMATITIS
    24. Dearman, RJ; Wright, ZM; Basketter, DA; Ryan, CA; Gerberick, GF; Kimber, I
      The suitability of hexyl cinnamic aldehyde as a calibrant for the murine local lymph node assay

      CONTACT DERMATITIS
    25. Hayashi, M; Higashi, K; Kato, H; Kaneko, H
      Assessment of preferential Th1 or Th2 induction by low-molecular-weight compounds using a reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction method: Comparison of two mouse strains, C57BL/6 and Balb/c

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    26. Howell, MD; Manetz, TS; Meade, BJ
      Comparison of murine assays for the identification of chemical sensitizers

      TOXICOLOGY METHODS
    27. Blotz, A; Michel, L; Moysan, A; Blumel, J; Dubertret, L; Ahr, HJ; Vohr, HW
      Analyses of cutaneous fluoroquinolones photoreactivity using the integrated model for the differentiation of skin reactions

      JOURNAL OF PHOTOCHEMISTRY AND PHOTOBIOLOGY B-BIOLOGY
    28. Mutterer, V; Arnau, EG; Karlberg, AT; Lepoittevin, JP
      Synthesis and allergenic potential of a 15-hydroperoxyabietic acid-like model: Trapping of radical intermediates

      CHEMICAL RESEARCH IN TOXICOLOGY
    29. Guironnet, G; Dalbiez-Gauthier, C; Rousset, F; Schmitt, D; Peguet-Navarro, J
      In vitro human T cell sensitization to haptens by monocyte-derived dendritic cells

      TOXICOLOGY IN VITRO
    30. Pichowski, JS; Cumberbatch, M; Dearman, RJ; Basketter, DA; Kimber, I
      Investigation of induced changes in interleukin 1 beta mRNA expression by cultured human dendritic cells as an in vitro approach to skin sensitization testing

      TOXICOLOGY IN VITRO
    31. Barratt, MD
      Prediction of toxicity from chemical structure

      CELL BIOLOGY AND TOXICOLOGY
    32. Kanikkannan, N; Jackson, T; Shaik, MS; Singh, M
      Evaluation of skin sensitization potential of jet fuels by murine local lymph node assay

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    33. Pieters, R
      The popliteal lymph node assay in predictive testing for autoimmunity

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    34. Descotes, J
      Autoimmunity and toxicity testing

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    35. Vohr, HW; Blumel, J; Blotz, A; Homey, B; Ahr, HJ
      An intra-laboratory validation of the Integrated Model for the Differentiation of Skin Reactions (IMDS): discrimination between (photo)allergic and (photo)irritant skin reactions in mice

      ARCHIVES OF TOXICOLOGY
    36. van Och, FMM; Slob, W; de Jong, WH; Vandebriel, RJ; van Loveren, H
      A quantitative method for assessing the sensitizing potency of low molecular weight chemicals using a local lymph node assay: employment of a regression method that includes determination of the uncertainty margins

      TOXICOLOGY
    37. Harleman, JH
      Approaches to the identification and recording of findings in the lymphoreticular organs indicative for immunotoxicity in regulatory type toxicity studies

      TOXICOLOGY
    38. Spielmann, H; Muller, L; Averbeck, D; Balls, M; Brendler-Schwaab, S; Castell, JV; Curren, R; de Silva, O; Gibbs, NK; Liebsch, M; Lovell, WW; Merk, HF; Nash, JF; Neumann, NJ; Pape, WJW; Ulrich, P; Vohr, HW
      The Second ECVAM Workshop on Phototoxicity Testing - The report and recommendations of ECVAM Workshop 42

      ATLA-ALTERNATIVES TO LABORATORY ANIMALS
    39. Effendy, I; Loffler, H; Maibach, HI
      Epidermal cytokines in murine cutaneous irritant responses

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED TOXICOLOGY
    40. Dearman, RJ; Warbrick, EV; Humphreys, IR; Kimber, I
      Characterization in mice of the immunological properties of five allergenic acid anhydrides

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED TOXICOLOGY
    41. Koch, E; Jaggy, H; Chatterjee, SS
      Evidence for immunotoxic effects of crude Ginkgo biloba L-leaf extracts using the popliteal lymph node assay in the mouse

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF IMMUNOPHARMACOLOGY
    42. Boman, A; Montelius, J; Rissanen, RL; Liden, C
      Sensitizing potential of chlorothalonil in the guinea pig and the mouse

      CONTACT DERMATITIS
    43. Ryan, CA; Gerberick, GF; Cruse, LW; Basketter, DA; Lea, L; Blaikie, L; Dearman, RJ; Warbrick, EV; Kimber, I
      Activity of human contact allergens in the murine local lymph node assay

      CONTACT DERMATITIS
    44. Basketter, DA; Blaikie, L; Dearman, RJ; Kimber, I; Ryan, CA; Gerberick, GF; Harvey, P; Evans, P; White, IR; Rycroft, RJG
      Use of the local lymph node assay for the estimation of relative contact allergenic potency

      CONTACT DERMATITIS
    45. Robinson, MK; Gerberick, GF; Ryan, CA; McNamee, P; White, IR; Basketter, DA
      The importance of exposure estimation in the assessment of skin sensitization risk

      CONTACT DERMATITIS
    46. Roberts, DW; Basketter, DA
      Quantitative structure-activity relationships: sulfonate esters in the local lymph node assay

      CONTACT DERMATITIS
    47. Warbrick, EV; Dearman, RJ; Basketter, DA; Kimber, I
      Failure of vehicle to influence local lymph node assay response to benzocaine

      CONTACT DERMATITIS
    48. Vandebriel, RJ; De Jong, WH; Spiekstra, SW; Van Dijk, M; Fluitman, A; Garssen, J; Van Loveren, H
      Assessment of preferential T-helper 1 or T-helper 2 induction by low molecular weight compounds using the local lymph node assay in conjunction with RT-PCR and ELISA for interferon-gamma and interleukin-4

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    49. Hiserodt, RD; Swijter, DFH; Mussinan, CJ
      Identification of atranorin and related potential allergens in oakmoss absolute by high-performance liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry using negative ion atmospheric pressure chemical ionization

      JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY A
    50. Gutting, BW; Schomaker, SJ; Kaplan, AH; Amacher, DE
      A comparison of the direct and reporter antigen popliteal lymph node assayfor the detection of immunomodulation by low molecular weight compounds

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    51. Shibata, M; Hariya, T; Hatao, M; Ashikaga, T; Ichikawa, P
      Quantitative polymerase chain reaction using an external control mRNA for determination of gene expression in a heterogeneous cell population

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    52. Manetz, TS; Meade, BJ
      Development of a flow cytometry assay for the identification and differentiation of chemicals with the potential to elicit irritation, IgE-mediated, or T cell-mediated hypersensitivity responses

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    53. Dearman, RJ; Kimber, I
      Cytokine fingerprinting: Characterization of chemical allergens

      METHODS-A COMPANION TO METHODS IN ENZYMOLOGY
    54. Goebel, C; Vogel, C; Wulferink, M; Mittmann, S; Sachs, B; Schraa, S; Abel, J; Degen, G; Uetrecht, J; Gleichmann, E
      Procainamide, a drug causing lupus, induces prostaglandin H synthase-2 andformation of T cell-sensitizing drug metabolites in mouse macrophages

      CHEMICAL RESEARCH IN TOXICOLOGY
    55. Kimber, I; Pichowski, JS; Basketter, DA; Dearman, RJ
      Immune responses to contact allergens: novel approaches to hazard evaluation

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    56. Ewens, S; Wulferink, M; Goebel, C; Gleichmann, E
      T cell-dependent immune reactions to reactive benzene metabolites in mice

      ARCHIVES OF TOXICOLOGY
    57. Kimber, I; Gerberick, GF; Basketter, DA
      Thresholds in contact sensitization: Theoretical and practical considerations

      FOOD AND CHEMICAL TOXICOLOGY
    58. Basketter, DA; Lea, LJ; Cooper, K; Stocks, J; Dickens, A; Pate, I; Dearman, RJ; Kimber, I
      Threshold for classification as a skin sensitizer in the local lymph node assay: a statistical evaluation

      FOOD AND CHEMICAL TOXICOLOGY
    59. Hariya, T; Hatao, M; Ichikawa, H
      Development of a non-radioactive endpoint in a modified local lymph node assay

      FOOD AND CHEMICAL TOXICOLOGY
    60. Dearman, RJ; Basketter, DA; Kimber, I
      Local lymph node assay: Use in hazard and risk assessment

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED TOXICOLOGY
    61. Warbrick, EV; Dearman, RJ; Lea, LJ; Basketter, DA; Kimber, I
      Local lymph node assay responses to paraphenylenediamine: Intra- and inter-laboratory evaluations

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED TOXICOLOGY
    62. Basketter, DA; Lea, LJ; Dickens, A; Briggs, D; Pate, I; Dearman, RJ; Kimber, I
      A comparison of statistical approaches to the derivation of EC3 values from local lymph node assay dose responses

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED TOXICOLOGY
    63. Dearman, RJ; Hilton, J; Basketter, DA; Kimber, I
      Cytokine endpoints for the local lymph node assay: Consideration of interferon-gamma and interleukin 12

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED TOXICOLOGY
    64. Hayes, BB; Meade, BJ
      Contact sensitivity to selected acrylate compounds in B6C3F1 mice: Relative potency, cross reactivity, and comparison of test methods.

      DRUG AND CHEMICAL TOXICOLOGY
    65. Warbrick, EV; Dearman, RJ; Basketter, DA; Kimber, I
      Influence of application vehicle on skin sensitization to methylchloroisothiazolinone/methylisothiazolinone: an analysis using the local lymph node assay

      CONTACT DERMATITIS
    66. Wahlkvist, H; Boman, A; Montelius, J; Wahlberg, JE
      Sensitizing potential in mice, guinea pig and man of the preservative Euxyl (R) K 400 and its ingredient methyldibromo glutaronitrile

      CONTACT DERMATITIS
    67. Roberts, DW; York, M; Basketter, DA
      Structure-activity relationships in the murine local lymph node assay for skin sensitization: alpha,beta-diketones

      CONTACT DERMATITIS
    68. Basketter, DA; Rodford, R; Kimber, I; Smith, I; Wahlberg, JE
      Skin sensitization risk assessment: a comparative evaluation of 3 isothiazolinone biocides

      CONTACT DERMATITIS
    69. Pieters, R; Albers, R
      Screening tests for autoimmune-related immunotoxicity

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    70. Albers, R; van der Pijl, A; Bol, M; Bleumink, R; Seinen, W; Pieters, R
      Distinct immunomodulation by autoimmunogenic xenobiotics in susceptible and resistant mice

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    71. Gerberick, GF; Cruse, LW; Miller, CM; Ridder, GM
      Selective modulation of B-cell activation markers CD86 and I-A(k) on murine draining lymph node cells following allergen or irritant treatment

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    72. Artik, S; von Vultee, C; Gleichmann, E; Schwarz, T; Griem, P
      Nickel allergy in mice: Enhanced sensitization capacity of nickel at higher oxidation states

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    73. Rizova, H; Carayon, P; Barbier, A; Lacheretz, F; Dubertret, L; Michel, L
      Contact allergens, but not irritants, alter receptor-mediated endocytosis by human epidermal Langerhans cells

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGY
    74. ARIMURA M; YOKOZEKI H; KATAYAMA I; NAKAMURA T; MASUDA M; NISHIOKA K
      EXPERIMENTAL-STUDY FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN IN-VITRO TEST FOR CONTACT ALLERGENS - 2 - COMPARISON OF THE IN-VITRO SENSITIZATION TEST WITH THE GUINEA-PIG MAXIMIZATION TEST FOR CONTACT ALLERGENS

      International archives of allergy and immunology
    75. HATCH KL; MAGEE PS
      A DISCRIMINANT MODEL FOR ALLERGIC CONTACT-DERMATITIS IN ANTHRAQUINONEDISPERSE DYES

      Quantitative structure-activity relationships
    76. HOSTYNEK JJ; MAIBACH HI
      SCOPE AND LIMITATION OF SOME APPROACHES TO PREDICTING CONTACT HYPERSENSITIVITY

      Toxicology in vitro
    77. Zucco, F; Vignoli, AL
      In vitro toxicology in Europe 1986-1997 - Final report to the European Commission DGXI Financial Contribution no. B4-3040/96/424/DEB/E2

      TOXICOLOGY IN VITRO
    78. SCHUPPE HC; RONNAU AC; VONSCHMIEDEBERG S; RUZICKA T; GLEICHMANN E; GRIEM P
      IMMUNOMODULATION BY HEAVY-METAL COMPOUNDS

      Clinics in dermatology
    79. Pallardy, M; Kerdine, S; Lebrec, H
      Testing strategies in immunotoxicology

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    80. Hastings, KL
      What are the prospects for regulation in immunotoxicology?

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    81. IKARASHI Y; TSUCHIYA T; NAKAMURA A; BEPPU M; KIKUGAWA K
      EFFECT OF VITAMIN-E ON CONTACT SENSITIZATION RESPONSES INDUCED BY 2,4-DINITROCHLOROBENZENE IN MICE

      Journal of nutritional science and vitaminology
    82. CHOQUETKASTYLEVSKY G; DESCOTES J
      VALUE OF ANIMAL-MODELS FOR PREDICTING HYPERSENSITIVITY REACTIONS TO MEDICINAL PRODUCTS

      Toxicology
    83. BASKETTER DA; GERBERICK GF; KIMBER I
      STRATEGIES FOR IDENTIFYING FALSE-POSITIVE RESPONSES IN PREDICTIVE SKIN SENSITIZATION TESTS

      Food and chemical toxicology
    84. DEARMAN RJ; HILTON J; EVANS P; HARVEY P; BASKETTER DA; KIMBER I
      TEMPORAL STABILITY OF LOCAL LYMPH-NODE ASSAY RESPONSES TO HEXYL CINNAMIC ALDEHYDE

      Journal of applied toxicology
    85. WARBRICK EV; DEARMAN RJ; BASKETTER DA; GERBERICK GF; RYAN CA; KIMBER I
      ANALYSIS OF CYTOKINE MESSENGER-RNA EXPRESSION FOLLOWING REPEATED EXPOSURE OF MICE TO CHEMICAL CONTACT AND RESPIRATORY ALLERGENS

      Journal of applied toxicology
    86. HAYES BB; GERBER PC; GRIFFEY SS; MEADE BJ
      CONTACT HYPERSENSITIVITY TO DICYCLOHEXYLCARBODIIMIDE AND DIISOPROPYLCARBODIIMIDE IN FEMALE B6C3F1 MICE

      Drug and chemical toxicology
    87. CLAY R
      NEW TRICKS FOR AN OLD ASSAY

      Environmental health perspectives
    88. ARTS JHE; KUPER CF; SPOOR SM; BLOKSMA N
      AIRWAY MORPHOLOGY AND FUNCTION OF RATS FOLLOWING DERMAL SENSITIZATIONAND RESPIRATORY CHALLENGE WITH LOW-MOLECULAR-WEIGHT CHEMICALS

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    89. Homey, B; von Schilling, C; Blumel, J; Schuppe, HC; Ruzicka, T; Ahr, HJ; Lehmann, P; Vohr, HW
      An integrated model for the differentiation of chemical-induced allergic and irritant skin reactions

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    90. ALBERS R; DEHEER C; BOL M; BLEUMINK R; SEINEN W; PIETERS R
      SELECTIVE IMMUNOMODULATION BY THE AUTOIMMUNITY-INDUCING XENOBIOTICS STREPTOZOTOCIN AND HGCL2

      European Journal of Immunology
    91. KIMBER I; BASKETTER DA
      CONTACT SENSITIZATION - A NEW APPROACH TO RISK ASSESSMENT

      Human and ecological risk assessment
    92. SCHUPPE HC; KULIG J; KUHN U; LEMPERTZ U; KIND P; KNOP J; BECKER D
      IMMUNOSTIMULATORY EFFECTS OF PLATINUM COMPOUNDS - CORRELATION BETWEENSENSITIZING PROPERTIES IN-VIVO AND MODULATION OF RECEPTOR-MEDIATED ENDOCYTOSIS IN-VITRO

      International archives of allergy and immunology
    93. FIELDER RJ; ATTERWILL CK; ANDERSON D; BOOBIS AR; BOTHAM P; CHAMBERLAIN M; COMBES R; DUFFY PA; LEWIS RW; LUMLEY CE; KIMBER I; NEWALL DR
      BTS WORKING PARTY REPORT ON IN-VITRO TOXICOLOGY

      Human & experimental toxicology
    94. BEZARD M; KARLBERG AT; MONTELIUS J; LEPOITTEVIN JP
      SKIN SENSITIZATION TO LINALYL HYDROPEROXIDE - SUPPORT FOR RADICAL INTERMEDIATES

      Chemical research in toxicology
    95. ANDERSEN KE; FRANKILD S
      ALLERGIC CONTACT-DERMATITIS

      Clinics in dermatology
    96. SCHUPPE HC; KULIG J; LERCHENMULLER C; BECKER D; GLEICHMANN E; KIND P
      CONTACT HYPERSENSITIVITY TO DISODIUM HEXACHLOROPLATINATE IN MICE

      Toxicology letters
    97. BASKETTER D; GERBERICK F
      UNTITLED

      Toxicology
    98. MANDERVELT C; CLOTTENS F; NEMERY B
      UNTITLED - REPLY

      Toxicology
    99. VIAL T; CARLEER J; LEGRAIN B; VERDIER F; DESCOTES J
      THE POPLITEAL LYMPH-NODE ASSAY - RESULTS OF A PRELIMINARY INTERLABORATORY VALIDATION-STUDY

      Toxicology
    100. MANDERVELT C; CLOTTENS FL; DEMEDTS M; NEMERY B
      ASSESSMENT OF THE SENSITIZATION POTENTIAL OF 5 METAL-SALTS IN THE MURINE LOCAL LYMPH-NODE ASSAY

      Toxicology


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