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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. 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
    3. 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
    4. 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
    5. 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
    6. 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
    7. 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
    8. Kimber, I
      The local lymph node assay and potential application to the identificationof drug allergens

      TOXICOLOGY
    9. 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
    10. 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
    11. 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
    12. 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
    13. Kanikkannan, N; Jackson, T; Shaik, MS; Singh, M
      Evaluation of skin sensitization potential of jet fuels by murine local lymph node assay

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    14. 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
    15. 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
    16. Boman, A; Montelius, J; Rissanen, RL; Liden, C
      Sensitizing potential of chlorothalonil in the guinea pig and the mouse

      CONTACT DERMATITIS
    17. 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
    18. 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
    19. Roberts, DW; Basketter, DA
      Quantitative structure-activity relationships: sulfonate esters in the local lymph node assay

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

      CONTACT DERMATITIS
    21. 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
    22. Kimber, I; Gerberick, GF; Basketter, DA
      Thresholds in contact sensitization: Theoretical and practical considerations

      FOOD AND CHEMICAL TOXICOLOGY
    23. 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
    24. Hariya, T; Hatao, M; Ichikawa, H
      Development of a non-radioactive endpoint in a modified local lymph node assay

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

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED TOXICOLOGY
    26. 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
    27. 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
    28. 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
    29. 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
    30. Roberts, DW; York, M; Basketter, DA
      Structure-activity relationships in the murine local lymph node assay for skin sensitization: alpha,beta-diketones

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

      CONTACT DERMATITIS
    32. 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
    33. 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
    34. KIMBER I; BASKETTER DA
      CONTACT SENSITIZATION - A NEW APPROACH TO RISK ASSESSMENT

      Human and ecological risk assessment
    35. SCHUPPE HC; KULIG J; LERCHENMULLER C; BECKER D; GLEICHMANN E; KIND P
      CONTACT HYPERSENSITIVITY TO DISODIUM HEXACHLOROPLATINATE IN MICE

      Toxicology letters
    36. 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
    37. BASKETTER DA; DEARMAN RJ; HILTON J; KIMBER I
      DINITROHALOBENZENES - EVALUATION OF RELATIVE SKIN SENSITIZATION POTENTIAL USING THE LOCAL LYMPH-NODE ASSAY

      Contact dermatitis
    38. HOMEY B; SCHUPPE HC; ASSMANN T; VOHR HW; LAUERMA AI; RUZICKA T; LEHMANN P
      A LOCAL LYMPH-NODE ASSAY TO ANALYZE IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE EFFECTS OF TOPICALLY APPLIED DRUGS

      European journal of pharmacology
    39. CLOTTENS FL; BREYSSENS A; DERAEVE H; DEMEDTS M; NEMERY B
      ASSESSMENT OF THE EAR SWELLING TEST AND THE LOCAL LYMPH-NODE ASSAY INHAMSTERS

      Journal of pharmacological and toxicological methods
    40. HILTON J; DEARMAN RJ; FIELDING I; BASKETTER DA; KIMBER I
      EVALUATION OF THE SENSITIZING POTENTIAL OF EUGENOL AND ISOEUGENOL IN MICE AND GUINEA-PIGS

      Journal of applied toxicology
    41. BASKETTER DA; KIMBER I
      OLIVE OIL - SUITABILITY FOR USE AS A VEHICLE IN THE LOCAL LYMPH-NODE ASSAY

      Contact dermatitis
    42. MONTELIUS J; BOMAN A; WAHLKVIST H; WAHLBERG JE
      THE MURINE LOCAL LYMPH-NODE ASSAY - SEARCH FOR AN ALTERNATIVE, MORE ADEQUATE, VEHICLE THAN ACETONE OLIVE-OIL(4/1)/

      Contact dermatitis
    43. BASKETTER DA; SCHOLES EW; FIELDING I; DEARMAN RJ; HILTON J; KIMBER I
      DICHLORONITROBENZENE - A REAPPRAISAL OF ITS SKIN SENSITIZATION POTENTIAL

      Contact dermatitis
    44. HILTON J; DEARMAN RJ; BASKETTER DA; KIMBER I
      IDENTIFICATION OF CHEMICAL RESPIRATORY ALLERGENS - DOSE-RESPONSE RELATIONSHIPS IN THE MOUSE IGE TEST

      Toxicology methods
    45. HOSTYNEK JJ; LAUERMA AI; MAGEE PS; BLOOM E; MAIBACH HI
      A LOCAL LYMPH-NODE ASSAY VALIDATION-STUDY OF A STRUCTURE-ACTIVITY RELATIONSHIP MODEL FOR CONTACT ALLERGENS

      Archives of dermatological research
    46. HATAO M; HARIYA T; KATSUMURA Y; KATO S
      A MODIFICATION OF THE LOCAL LYMPH-NODE ASSAY FOR CONTACT ALLERGENICITY SCREENING - MEASUREMENT OF INTERLEUKIN-2 AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO RADIOISOTOPE-DEPENDENT PROLIFERATION ASSAY

      Toxicology
    47. SAILSTAD DM; KRISHNAN SD; TEPPER JS; DOERFLER DL; SELGRADE MK
      DIETARY VITAMIN-A ENHANCES SENSITIVITY OF THE LOCAL LYMPH-NODE ASSAY

      Toxicology
    48. ASHBY J; BASKETTER DA; PATON D; KIMBER I
      STRUCTURE-ACTIVITY-RELATIONSHIPS IN SKIN SENSITIZATION USING THE MURINE LOCAL LYMPH-NODE ASSAY

      Toxicology
    49. KIMBER I; HILTON J; DEARMAN RJ; GERBERICK GF; RYAN CA; BASKETTER DA; SCHOLES EW; LADICS GS; LOVELESS SE; HOUSE RV; GUY A
      AN INTERNATIONAL EVALUATION OF THE MURINE LOCAL LYMPH-NODE ASSAY AND COMPARISON OF MODIFIED PROCEDURES

      Toxicology
    50. BOUSSIQUETLEROUX C; DURANDCAVAGNA G; HERLIN K; HOLDER D
      EVALUATION OF LYMPHOCYTE-PROLIFERATION BY IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY IN THELOCAL LYMPH-NODE ASSAY

      Journal of applied toxicology
    51. ASHBY J; HILTON J; DEARMAN RJ; KIMBER I
      STREPTOZOTOCIN - INHERENT BUT NOT EXPRESSED SKIN SENSITIZING ACTIVITY

      Contact dermatitis
    52. BASKETTER DA; SCHOLES EW; WAHLKVIST H; MONTELIUS J
      AN EVALUATION OF THE SUITABILITY OF BENZOCAINE AS A POSITIVE CONTROL SKIN SENSITIZER

      Contact dermatitis
    53. KUHN U; LEMPERTZ U; KNOP J; BECKER D
      A NEW METHOD FOR PHENOTYPING PROLIFERATING CELL NUCLEAR ANTIGEN-POSITIVE CELLS USING FLOW-CYTOMETRY - IMPLICATIONS FOR ANALYSIS OF THE IMMUNE-RESPONSE IN-VIVO

      Journal of immunological methods
    54. KIMBER I; DEARMAN RJ; SCHOLES EW; BASKETTER DA
      THE LOCAL LYMPH-NODE ASSAY - DEVELOPMENTS AND APPLICATIONS

      Toxicology
    55. DEARMAN RJ; SCHOLES EW; RAMDIN LSP; BASKETTER DA; KIMBER I
      THE LOCAL LYMPH-NODE ASSAY - AN INTERLABORATORY EVALUATION OF INTERLEUKIN-6 (IL-6) PRODUCTION BY DRAINING LYMPH-NODE CELLS

      Journal of applied toxicology
    56. IKARASHI Y; TSUCHIYA T; NAKAMURA A
      CONTACT SENSITIVITY OF TINUVIN(R)-P IN MICE

      Contact dermatitis
    57. DEARMAN RJ; HOPE JC; HOPKINS SJ; DEBICKI RJ; KIMBER I
      INTERLEUKIN-6 (IL-6) PRODUCTION BY LYMPH-NODE CELLS - AN ALTERNATIVE END-POINT FOR THE MURINE LOCAL LYMPH-NODE ASSAY

      Toxicology methods
    58. IKARASHI Y; TSUKAMOTO Y; TSUCHIYA T; NAKAMURA A
      INFLUENCE OF IRRITANTS ON LYMPH-NODE CELL-PROLIFERATION AND THE DETECTION OF CONTACT SENSITIVITY TO METAL-SALTS IN THE MURINE LOCAL LYMPH-NODE ASSAY

      Contact dermatitis


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