DMSO Irritancy Assessed Using Noninvasive Methods
The dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO) test is a quick and reliable test of the barrier function of the skin. In this study, in order to quantify the response, the physiological components of the DMSO response are investigated using noninvasive methods.
Key wordsDimethylsulfoxide Electrical conductance Transepidermal water loss Laser Doppler flowmetry Ultrasound A scan
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