Journal article

International guidelines for the in vivo assessment of skin properties in non-clinical settings: part 1. pH

Aleksandr B Stefaniak, Johan du Plessis, Swen M John, Fritz Eloff, Tove Agner, Tzu-Chieh Chou, Rosemary Nixon, Markus FC Steiner, Irena Kudla, D Linn Holness

SKIN RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY | WILEY | Published : 2013

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The authors thank S. Dotson and G. Day at NIOSH for critical review of this manuscript. Mention of a specific product or company does not constitute endorsement by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The findings and conclusions in this report are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of NIOSH. Financial support for the workshop on Workplace Measurement of Skin Barrier and Physiology was provided by the NIOSH National Occupational Research Agenda Immune and Dermal cross-sector. T. C. C. was supported by grants CMU98-S-28 and NSC 97-2314-B-039-022-MY3. Participants of the workshop on Workplace Measurement of Skin Barrier and Physiology which was held under the auspices of the 5th International Conference on Occupational and Environmental Exposure of Skin to Chemicals (OEESC): T. Agner (Denmark), V. Arrandale (Canada), D. Burke (Canada), T. C. Chou (Taiwan, R.O.C.), L. Dilworth (Canada), F. C. Eloff (South Africa), H. Harari (United States), T. Hahn (Germany), L. Holness (Canada), S. M. John (Germany), J. Kim (Canada), I. Kudla (Canada), R. Nixon (Australia), J. L. du Plessis (South Africa), A. B. Stefaniak (United States), G. Wozniak (Canada)