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    1. Selvaratnam, L; Cruchley, AT; Navsaria, H; Wertz, PW; Hagi-Pavli, EP; Leigh, IM; Squier, CA; Williams, DM
      Permeability barrier properties of oral keratinocyte cultures: a model of intact human oral mucosa

      ORAL DISEASES
    2. Pasonen-Seppanen, S; Suhonen, TM; Kirjavainen, M; Suihko, E; Urtti, A; Miettinen, M; Hyttinen, M; Tammi, M; Tammi, R
      Vitamin C enhances differentiation of a continuous keratinocyte cell line (REK) into epidermis with normal stratum corneum ultrastructure and functional permeability barrier

      HISTOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY
    3. Zellmer, S; Surovoy, A; Gaunitz, F; Salvetter, J; Gebhardt, R; Reissig, D
      Transfection of normal human epidermal keratinocytes with lipid/DNA complexes in vitro

      JOURNAL OF LIPOSOME RESEARCH
    4. Cotovio, J; Onno, L; Justine, P; Lamure, S; Catroux, P
      Generation of oxidative stress in human cutaneous models following in vitro ozone exposure

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

      TOXICOLOGY IN VITRO
    6. Sparr, E; Eriksson, L; Bouwstra, JA; Ekelund, K
      AFM study of lipid monolayers: III. Phase behavior of ceramides, cholesterol and fatty acids

      LANGMUIR
    7. Uchida, Y; Behne, M; Quiec, D; Elias, PM; Holleran, WM
      Vitamin C stimulates sphingolipid production and markers of barrier formation in submerged human keratinocyte cultures

      JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE DERMATOLOGY
    8. Simon, M; Bernard, D; Minondo, AM; Camus, C; Fiat, F; Corcuff, P; Schmidt, R; Serre, G
      Persistence of both peripheral and non-peripheral corneodesmosomes in the upper stratum corneum of winter xerosis skin versus only peripheral in normal skin

      JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE DERMATOLOGY
    9. Germain, L; Carrier, P; Auger, FA; Salesse, C; Guerin, SL
      Can we produce a human corneal equivalent by tissue engineering?

      PROGRESS IN RETINAL AND EYE RESEARCH
    10. Lee, DY; Ahn, HT; Cho, KH
      A new skin equivalent model: dermal substrate that combines de-epidermizeddermis with fibroblast-populated collagen matrix

      JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    11. Lerebour, G; Cupferman, S; Cohen, C; Bellon-Fontaine, MN
      Comparison of surface free energy between reconstructed human epidermis and in situ human skin

      SKIN RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY
    12. Ekholm, E; Egelrud, T
      Expression of stratum corneum chymotryptic enzyme in relation to other markers of epidermal differentiation in a skin explant model

      EXPERIMENTAL DERMATOLOGY
    13. Ponec, M; Boelsma, E; Weerheim, A; Mulder, A; Bouwstra, J; Mommaas, M
      Lipid and ultrastructural characterization of reconstructed skin models

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICS
    14. Pouliot, R; Germain, L; Auger, FA; Tremblay, N; Juhasz, J
      Physical characterization of the stratum corneum of an in vitro human skinequivalent produced by tissue engineering and its comparison with normal human skin by ATR-FTIR spectroscopy and thermal analysis (DSC)

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-MOLECULAR AND CELL BIOLOGY OF LIPIDS
    15. Gysler, A; Konigsmann, U; Schafer-Korting, M
      Tridimensional skin models recording percutaneous absorption

      ALTEX-ALTERNATIVEN ZU TIEREXPERIMENTEN
    16. Bessou-Touya, S; Morichon, F; Surleve-Bazeille, JE; Bioulac-Sage, P; Pain, C; Taieb, A
      An ex vivo study of congenital pigmented nevi in epidermal reconstructs

      PIGMENT CELL RESEARCH
    17. van de Sandt, J; Roguet, P; Cohen, C; Esdaile, D; Ponec, M; Corsini, E; Barker, C; Fusenig, N; Liebsch, M; Benford, D; de Fraissinette, AD; Fartasch, M
      The use of human keratinocytes and human skin models for predicting skin irritation - The report and recommendations of ECVAM Workshop 38

      ATLA-ALTERNATIVES TO LABORATORY ANIMALS
    18. Regnier, M; Duval, C; Galey, JB; Philippe, M; Lagrange, A; Tuloup, R; Schmidt, R
      Keratinocyte-melanocyte co-cultures and pigmented reconstructed human epidermis: Models to study modulation of melanogenesis

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    19. Stark, HJ; Baur, M; Breitkreutz, D; Mirancea, N; Fusenig, NE
      Organotypic keratinocyte cocultures in defined medium with regular epidermal morphogenesis and differentiation

      JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE DERMATOLOGY
    20. Boelsma, E; Verhoeven, MCH; Ponec, M
      Reconstruction of a human skin equivalent using a spontaneously transformed keratinocyte cell line (HaCaT)

      JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE DERMATOLOGY
    21. Pouliot, R; Robert, M; Germain, L; Noel-Hudson, MS; Lindenbaum, A; Juhasz, J; Auger, FA; Wepierre, J
      Influence of endothelial cells on structure, biochemistry and functionality of epidermis reconstructed on synthetic porous membrane

      SKIN PHARMACOLOGY AND APPLIED SKIN PHYSIOLOGY
    22. ROGUET R; COHEN C; ROBLES C; COURTELLEMONT P; TOLLE M; GUILLOT JP; DUTEIL XP
      AN INTERLABORATORY STUDY OF THE REPRODUCIBILITY AND RELEVANCE OF EPISKIN, RECONSTRUCTED HUMAN EPIDERMIS, IN THE ASSESSMENT OF COSMETICS IRRITANCY

      Toxicology in vitro
    23. GIBBS S; BOELSMA E; KEMPENAAR J; PONEC M
      TEMPERATURE-SENSITIVE REGULATION OF EPIDERMAL MORPHOGENESIS AND THE EXPRESSION OF CORNIFIED ENVELOPE PRECURSORS BY EGF AND TGF-ALPHA

      Cell and tissue research
    24. ZELLMER S; REISSIG D; LASCH J
      RECONSTRUCTED HUMAN SKIN AS MODEL FOR LIPOSOME-SKIN INTERACTION

      Journal of controlled release
    25. Auger, FA; Rouabhia, M; Goulet, F; Berthod, F; Moulin, V; Germain, L
      Tissue-engineered human skin substitutes developed from collagen-populatedhydrated gels: clinical and fundamental applications

      MEDICAL & BIOLOGICAL ENGINEERING & COMPUTING
    26. Regnier, M; Patwardhan, A; Scheynius, A; Schmidt, R
      Reconstructed human epidermis composed of keratinocytes, melanocytes and Langerhans cells

      MEDICAL & BIOLOGICAL ENGINEERING & COMPUTING
    27. PARNIGOTTO PP; BERNUZZO S; BRUNO P; CONCONI MT; MONTESI F
      CHARACTERIZATION AND APPLICATIONS OF HUMAN EPIDERMIS RECONSTRUCTED IN-VITRO ON DE-EPIDERMIZED DERMA

      Il Farmaco
    28. ROBERT M; DUSSER I; MURIEL MP; NOELHUDSON MS; AUBERY M; WEPIERRE J
      BARRIER FUNCTION OF RECONSTRUCTED EPIDERMIS AT THE AIR-LIQUID INTERFACE - INFLUENCE OF DERMAL CELLS AND EXTRACELLULAR COMPONENTS

      Skin pharmacology
    29. PONEC M; GIBBS S; WEERHEIM A; KEMPENAAR J; MULDER A; MOMMAAS AM
      EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR AND TEMPERATURE REGULATE KERATINOCYTE DIFFERENTIATION

      Archives of dermatological research
    30. COTOVIO J; ROGUET R; PION FX; ROUGIER A; LECLAIRE J
      EFFECT OF IMIDAZOLE DERIVATIVES ON CYTOCHROME-P-450 ENZYME-ACTIVITIESIN A RECONSTRUCTED HUMAN EPIDERMIS

      Skin pharmacology
    31. BOELSMA E; TANOJO H; BODDE HE; PONEC M
      ASSESSMENT OF THE POTENTIAL IRRITANCY OF OLEIC-ACID ON HUMAN SKIN - EVALUATION IN-VITRO AND IN-VIVO

      Toxicology in vitro
    32. VICANOVA J; MOMMAAS AM; MULDER AA; KOERTEN HK; PONEC M
      IMPAIRED DESQUAMATION IN THE IN-VITRO RECONSTRUCTED HUMAN EPIDERMIS

      Cell and tissue research
    33. NOELHUDSON HS; DUSSER I; COLLOBER I; MURIEL MP; BONTE F; MEYBECK A; FONT J; WEPIERRE J
      HUMAN EPIDERMIS RECONSTRUCTED ON SYNTHETIC MEMBRANE - INFLUENCE OF EXPERIMENTAL CONDITIONS ON TERMINAL DIFFERENTIATION

      In vitro cellular & developmental biology. Animal
    34. PONEC M; KEMPENAAR J
      USE OF HUMAN SKIN RECOMBINANTS AS AN IN-VITRO MODEL FOR TESTING THE IRRITATION POTENTIAL OF CUTANEOUS IRRITANTS

      Skin pharmacology
    35. PONEC M
      RECONSTRUCTED HUMAN EPIDERMIS IN-VITRO - AN ALTERNATIVE TO ANIMAL TESTING

      ATLA. Alternatives to laboratory animals
    36. BROWN LJ; GEESIN JC; ROTHNAGEL JA; ROOP DR; GORDON JS
      RETINOIC ACID SUPPRESSION OF LORICRIN EXPRESSION IN RECONSTITUTED HUMAN SKIN CULTURED AT THE LIQUID-AIR INTERFACE

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    37. FARTASCH M; PONEC M
      IMPROVED BARRIER STRUCTURE FORMATION IN AIR-EXPOSED HUMAN KERATINOCYTE CULTURE SYSTEMS

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    38. NOLTE CJM; OLESON MA; HANSBROUGH JF; MORGAN J; GREENLEAF G; WILKINS L
      ULTRASTRUCTURAL FEATURES OF COMPOSITE SKIN CULTURES GRAFTED ONTO ATHYMIC MICE

      Journal of Anatomy
    39. TODD C; HEWITT SD; KEMPENAAR J; NOZ K; THODY AJ; PONEC M
      COCULTURE OF HUMAN MELANOCYTES AND KERATINOCYTES IN A SKIN EQUIVALENTMODEL - EFFECT OF ULTRAVIOLET-RADIATION

      Archives of dermatological research
    40. NOLTE CJM; OLESON MA; BILBO PR; PARENTEAU NL
      DEVELOPMENT OF A STRATUM-CORNEUM AND BARRIER FUNCTION IN AN ORGANOTYPIC SKIN CULTURE

      Archives of dermatological research


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