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1 Repeated topical treatment, in contrast to single oral doses, with Vitamin A-containing preparations does not affect plasma concentrations of retinol, retinyl esters or retinoic acids in female subjects of child-bearing age
article 2006    
Author: Nohynek, G.J. · Meuling, W.J.A. · Vaes, W.H.J. · Lawrence, R.S. · Shapiro, S. · Schulte, S. · Steiling, W. · Bausch, J. · Gerber, E. · Sasa, H. · Nau, H.
Keywords: Nutrition · Analytical research · Biomonitoring · CAS 68-26-8 · CAS 79-81-2 · Human subjects · Plasma concentrations · Retinoic acids · Retinol · Retinyl palmitate · Teratogenicity · Topical and oral administration · 4 oxoretinoic acid · oleic acid · retinoic acid · retinol · retinol ester · retinol palmitate · stearic acid · absence of side effects · adult · area under the curve · article · blood sampling · body surface · clinical article · controlled study · dose response · female · human · pregnancy · priority journal · retinol deficiency · skin irritation · statistical analysis · vitamin blood level · Administration, Oral · Administration, Topical · Adult · Cosmetics · Female · Humans · Risk Assessment · Vitamin A
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