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1 Human systemic exposure to [14C]-paraphenylenediamine-containing oxidative hair dyes: Absorption, kinetics, metabolism, excretion and safety assessment
article 2015    
Author: Nohynek, G.J. · Skare, J.A. · Meuling, W.J.A. · Wehmeyer, K.R. · Bie, A.T.H.J. de · Vaes, W.H.J. · Dufour, E.K. · Fautz, R. · Steiling, W. · Bramante, M. · Toutain, H.
Keywords: Biology · Consumer exposure · Hair dyes · Margin of safety · Paraphenylenediamine · TK-based safety assessment · Toxicokinetics · Carbon phenylenediamine c 14 · Hair dye · Phenylenediamine · Unclassified drug · Absorption · Adult · Blood analysis · Chemical reaction kinetics · Controlled study · Female · High performance liquid chromatography · Human · Human experiment · Male · Mass spectrometry · Metabolism · Population exposure · Radioactivity · Risk assessment · Skin test · Urinalysis · Urinary excretion · Rattus · Biomedical Innovation · Healthy Living · Life Triskelion BV · MSB - Microbiology and Systems Biology TARA - Toxicology and Risk Assessment · ELSS - Earth, Life and Social Sciences
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2 Human systemic exposure to a [14C]-para-phenylenediamine- containing oxidative hair dye and correlation with in vitro percutaneous absorption in human or pig skin
article 2004    
Author: Hueber-Becker, F. · Nohynek, G.J. · Meuling, W.J.A. · Benech-Kieffer, F. · Toutain, H.
Keywords: Biology · Physiological Sciences · Bioavailability · Hair dyes · Human · MOS, margin of safety · PAP, para-aminophenol · Para-phenylenediamine · Percutaneous absorption · Pig · PPD, para-phenylenediamine · SCCNFP, EU Scientific Committee of Cosmetic and Non-Food Products Intended for Consumers · Skin · hair dye · phenylenediamine · animal tissue · article · bioavailability · blood analysis · controlled study · feces analysis · hair level · health hazard · human · human tissue · metabolic clearance rate · nonhuman · normal human · radioactivity · risk assessment · skin absorption · tissue distribution · urinalysis · Adolescent · Adult · Animals · Clinical Trials · Diffusion · Ear, External · Feces · Hair · Hair Dyes · Humans · Male · Oxidation-Reduction · Phenylenediamines · Skin Absorption · Swine · Sus scrofa
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3 Safety evaluation of an IPP tripeptide-containing milk protein hydrolysate
article 2009    
Author: Ponstein-Simarro Doorten, A.Y. · Wiel, J.A.G. van de · Jonker, D.
Keywords: Nutrition · toxicology and applied pharmacology · blood pressure · body weight · CH · FM · generally recognized as safe · glycomacropeptide · GMP · GRAS · IPP · isoleucine-proline-proline · lactotripeptide · margin of safety · milk protein hydrolysate · MOS · no-observed-adverse-effect level · NOAEL · safety evaluation · skim milk fermented with Lactobacillus helveticus · valine-valine-proline · VPP · lactotripeptide · milk protein · protein hydrolysate · tripeptide derivative · unclassified drug · animal cell · animal experiment · animal tissue · article · blood pressure regulation · chromosome aberration · controlled study · cow · diet supplementation · female · food intake · food safety · gene mutation · genotoxicity · good laboratory practice · in vitro study · in vivo study · lifestyle · liver homogenate · male · mammal cell · mouse · mutagenic activity · nonhuman · protein content · protein intake · rat · animals · cattle · cell line · chromosome aberrations · escherichia coli · female · male · mice · milk proteins · mutagenicity tests · oligopeptides · rats · wistar rats · salmonella typhimurium · specific pathogen-free organisms · aspergillus oryzae · bacteria (microorganisms) · lactobacillus helveticus · mammalia · rattus
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