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  1. Can patch testing with methylchloroisothiazolinone/methylisothiazolinone be optimized using a new diagnostic mix? – A multicenter study from the Swedish Contact Dermatitis Research Group

    Malin Engfeldt, Marléne Isaksson, Johanna Bråred-Christensson, Lina Hagvall, Mihály Matura, Kristina Ryberg, Berndt Stenberg, Cecilia Svedman & Magnus Bruze, 2020 May, In : Contact Dermatitis. 82, 5, p. 283-289 7 p.

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  2. Can reliable information sources be trusted?

    Malin Engfeldt, Martin Mowitz, Cecilia Tillman, Monica Hindsén & Magnus Bruze, 2011, In : Contact Dermatitis. 65, 6, p. 364-366

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  3. Capsaicin enhances allergic contact dermatitis in guinea pig.

    Joanna Wallengren, Rolf Ekman & Halvor Möller, 1991, In : Contact Dermatitis. 24, 1, p. 30-34

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  4. Chemical analysis of monomers in epoxy resins based on bisphenols F and A.

    Ann Pontén, Erik Zimerson, Östen Sörensen & Magnus Bruze, 2004, In : Contact Dermatitis. 50, 5, p. 289-297

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  5. Chemical burns caused by trifluoroacetic acid.

    Jakob Dahlin, Malin Engfeldt, Cecilia Svedman, Martin Mowitz, Erik Zimerson, Marléne Isaksson, Monica Hindsén & Magnus Bruze, 2013, In : Contact Dermatitis. 69, 3, p. 176-180

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  6. Chemical changes in rubber allergens during vulcanization

    Ola Bergendorff, Christina Persson, Anna Ludtke & Christer Hansson, 2007, In : Contact Dermatitis. 57, 3, p. 152-157

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  7. Chemical investigations of disperse dyes in patch test preparations.

    Kristina Ryberg, Birgitta Gruvberger, Erik Zimerson, Marléne Isaksson, Lena Persson, Östen Sörensen, An Goossens & Magnus Bruze, 2008, In : Contact Dermatitis. 58, 4, p. 199-209

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  8. Chloroatranol, an extremely potent allergen hidden in perfumes: a dose-response elicitation study

    JD Johansen, KE Andersen, Cecilia Svedman, Magnus Bruze, G Bernard, E Gimenez-Arnau, SC Rastogi, JP Lepoittevin & T Menne, 2003, In : Contact Dermatitis. 49, 4, p. 180-184

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