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Experimentation with Other Substances

  • Nicole Hunziker

Abstract

In 1935, Landsteiner and Jacobs sensitized guinea pigs by repeated injections of small doses of PNDMA. The tests to control the sensitization were made by an intra-dermal injection. These authors also report (without giving details) that sensitization could be obtained with PNDMA “by rubbing guinea pigs with vaseline containing 5% of the compound”.

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Patch Test Hexavalent Chromium Intradermal Injection Trivalent Chromium Gentian Violet 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Nicole Hunziker
    • 1
  1. 1.Laboratory of Prof. hon. E. Bujard (Medical School)University Clinic of DermatologyGenevaSwitzerland

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