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Penetration of beta-naphthylamine and o-toluidine through human skin in vitro


, : Penetration of beta-naphthylamine and o-toluidine through human skin in vitro. Archives of Toxicology 80(10): 644-646

Several aromatic amines (AAs) are known to be carcinogens for humans. AAs are considered to be substantially absorbed through the skin. However, the database for dermal absorption of AAs in general is limited and no specific studies on dermal absorption of beta-naphthylamine (BNA) and o-toluidine (OT) have been published. In the present study using diffusion cells, we investigated dermal penetration of BNA and OT through human skin.


Accession: 012401453

PMID: 16596380

DOI: 10.1007/s00204-006-0095-z

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