|1.||Vocanson, Marc: 1 article (05/2012)|
|2.||Kaiserlian, Dominique: 1 article (05/2012)|
|3.||Dubois, Bertrand: 1 article (05/2012)|
|4.||Hacini-Rachinel, Fériel: 1 article (05/2012)|
|5.||Malissen, Bernard: 1 article (05/2012)|
|6.||Taillardet, Morgan: 1 article (05/2012)|
|7.||Kissenpfennig, Adrien: 1 article (05/2012)|
|8.||Sparwasser, Tim: 1 article (05/2012)|
|9.||Gomez de Agüero, Mercedes: 1 article (05/2012)|
|10.||Cumberbatch, Marie: 1 article (12/2009)|
|1.||Contact Dermatitis (Eczema, Contact)
10/01/1983 - "In order to determine the mechanism(s) involved in the induction of immunologic tolerance for contact sensitivity via the topical application of a chemical that sensitizes if given with adjuvant, we utilized the hapten dinitrothiocyanobenzene (DNTB). "
09/01/1983 - "Of several dinitrobenzenes tested, 2,4-dinitrothiocyanatebenzene (DNTB) was found to be the only one that did not induce contact sensitivity when applied to the guinea pig ear epicutaneously, but when applied epicutaneously it induced tolerance to 2,4-dinitrofluorobenzene (DNFB). "
12/01/2009 - "We explored this by investigating why similar chemicals, 2,4-dinitrochlorobenzene (DNCB) and 2,4-dinitrothiocyanobenzene (DNTB), differ in their ability to induce contact hypersensitivity (CHS). "
05/01/2012 - "Our findings highlight the critical role of LCs in tolerance induction in mice to the prototype innocuous hapten DNTB and suggest that strategies targeting LCs might be valuable for prevention of cutaneous allergy."
12/01/1953 - "2,4-dinitrophenylsulfenyl chloride (DSCl) and 2,4-dinitrophenylthiocyanate (DSCN) elicited allergic reactions of the delayed type when applied to the skin of guinea pigs and of human beings who had been sensitized by prior exposure to 2,4-dinitrofluorobenzene (DF). "