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1 Contact and respiratory sensitizers can be identified by cytokine profiles following inhalation exposure
article 2009    
Author: Jong, W.H. de · Arts, J.H.E. · Klerk, A. de · Schijf, M.A. · Ezendam, J. · Kuper, C.F. · Loveren, H. van
Keywords: Biology · Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology · Cytokine profiles · Inhalation exposure · Lymph node responses · Sensitizers · Skin exposure · 1 chloro 2,4 dinitrobenzene · concanavalin A · formaldehyde · gamma interferon · hexamethylene diisocyanate · interleukin 10 · interleukin 4 · isophorone · oxazolone · phthalic anhydride · salicylic acid methyl ester · toluene diisocyanate · trimellitic anhydride · animal cell · animal experiment · animal model · article · cell proliferation · cell suspension · concentration (parameters) · contact sensitivity · controlled study · cytokine production · ex vivo study · hypersensitivity reaction · inhalation · lymphadenectomy · lymphatic drainage · male · mouse · nonhuman · priority journal · protein induction · respiratory tract allergy · Administration, Cutaneous · Allergens · Animals · Biological Markers · Cell Proliferation · Cells, Cultured · Cytokines · Dermatitis, Allergic Contact · Dose-Response Relationship, Drug · Inhalation Exposure · Interferon-gamma · Interleukin-10 · Interleukin-4 · Local Lymph Node Assay · Lymph Nodes · Male · Mice · Mice, Inbred BALB C · Models, Animal · Respiratory Hypersensitivity · Animalia · Mus
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