In vitro patc h test using non-invasive endpoints
Transcriptional profiling defines the effects of nickel in human epidermal keratinocytes.
In vitro skin irritation testing on reconstituted human epidermis: reproducibility for 50 chemicals tested with two protocols
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Human pigmented epidermis reconstructed in chemically defined medium used for evaluation of modulation of pigmentation.
European Society of Pigmented Cell Research | SkinEthic
Analysis of interleukin-1alpha (IL-1alpha) and interleukin-8 (IL-8) expression and release in in vitro reconstructed human epidermis for the prediction of in vivo skin irritation and/or sensitization
Toxicol In Vitro 2003 ;17 (3):311-21 | Department of Biology, SGS Biopharma S.A., Vieux Chemin du Poete 10, B-1301, Wavre, Belgium. email@example.com
Transcriptional profiling of epidermal keratinocytes: comparison of genes expressed in skin, cultured keratinocytes, and reconstituted epidermis, using large DNA microarrays
J Invest Dermatol 2003 ;121 (6):1459-68 | Department of Dermatology, New York University School of Medicine, New York, USA.
Comparison of gene expression profiles in human keratinocyte mono-layer cultures, reconstituted epidermis and normal human skin; transcriptional effects of retinoid treatments in reconstituted human epidermis
Exp Dermatol 2002 ;11 (1):59-74 | BIOalternatives, Gencay, France. Bioalternatives@wanadoo.fr
Expression of type 1 5alpha-reductase and metabolism of testosterone in reconstructed human epidermis (SkinEthic(TM)): A new model for screening skin-targeted androgen modulators
International Journal of Cosmetic Science 2000 ;22 (6):397-407 | F.-X. Bernard, BIOalternatives, 1 bis, rue des Plantes, 86160 Gencay EML: Bioalternatives@compuserve.com
Topical hyaluronidase decreases hyaluronic acid and CD44 in human skin and in reconstituted human epidermis: Evidence that hyaluronidase can permeate the stratum corneum
BR J DERMATOL. British Journal of Dermatology 2000 ;142 (2):226-233 | R. Stern, Department of Pathology, School of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco, CA 94143-0506 EML: firstname.lastname@example.org
Development of a highly sensitive in vitro phototoxicity assay using the SkinEthic reconstructed human epidermis
Cell Biol Toxicol 2000 ;16 (6):391-400 | BIOalternatives, Gencay, France. Bioalternatives@compuserve.com
Topical hyaluronidase decreases hyaluronic acid and CD44 in human skin and in reconstituted human epidermis: evidence that hyaluronidase can permeate the stratum corneum
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Differential expression and release of cytokines by an in vitro reconstructed human epidermis following exposure to skin irritant and sensitizing chemicals
Toxicology in Vitro 1999 ;13 (6):867-877 | A. Coquette, SGS Biopharma S.A., Vieux Chemin du Poete 10, B-1301 Wavre
Predictivity of an in vitro model for acute and chronic skin irritation (SkinEthic) applied to the testing of topical vehicles.
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Production of basement membrane components by a reconstructed epidermis cultured in the absence of serum and dermal factors
Br J Dermatol 1993 Sep ;129 (3):227-34 | Laboratoire de Recherches Dermatologiques, Faculte de Medecine, Nice, France.
Terminal epidermal differentiation of human keratinocytes grown in chemically defined medium on inert filter substrates at the air-liquid interface
J Invest Dermatol. 1990 Oct;95(4):409-14. | University of Nice, Center de Biochimie, France.