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Concomitant contact dermatitis due to textile dyes and to colour film developers can be explained by the formation of the same hapten

Hansson, Christer LU ; Ahlfors, Stefan LU and Bergendorff, Ola LU (1997) In Contact Dermatitis 37(1). p.27-31
Abstract
p-phenylenediamine derivatives are widely used in industry and in cosmetics, and several of them are well-known sensitizers. One group of allergenic p-phenylenediamine derivatives are used as colour film developers. Cross-reactivity between the colour film developers has been reported. In this paper, an occupational facial dermatitis due to colour film developers is described. The patient reacted to colour film developers (CD-1, CD-2, CD-3, and CD-4), but not to other p-phenylenediamine derivatives tested. He also showed allergic reactions to Disperse Blue 106 and Disperse Blue 124 and to Disperse Red 17, but not to Disperse Orange 3. The activation of the colour film developers by oxidation at physiological pH was analysed with chemical... (More)
p-phenylenediamine derivatives are widely used in industry and in cosmetics, and several of them are well-known sensitizers. One group of allergenic p-phenylenediamine derivatives are used as colour film developers. Cross-reactivity between the colour film developers has been reported. In this paper, an occupational facial dermatitis due to colour film developers is described. The patient reacted to colour film developers (CD-1, CD-2, CD-3, and CD-4), but not to other p-phenylenediamine derivatives tested. He also showed allergic reactions to Disperse Blue 106 and Disperse Blue 124 and to Disperse Red 17, but not to Disperse Orange 3. The activation of the colour film developers by oxidation at physiological pH was analysed with chemical methods, and the mechanism responsible for the concomitant reactivities to the colour film developers and the disperse dyes at a molecular level is discussed. (Less)
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phenylenediamine PPD, azo dye, Disperse Blue 106, Disperse Blue 124 Disperse Red 17, Disperse Orange 3, benzoquinone, imine, dermatitis, cross-reactivity, skin test, cyclic voltametry, colour film developer
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Contact Dermatitis
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37
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27 - 31
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Federation of European Neuroscience Societies and Blackwell Publishing Ltd
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0105-1873
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10.1111/j.1600-0536.1997.tb00370.x
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  abstract     = {p-phenylenediamine derivatives are widely used in industry and in cosmetics, and several of them are well-known sensitizers. One group of allergenic p-phenylenediamine derivatives are used as colour film developers. Cross-reactivity between the colour film developers has been reported. In this paper, an occupational facial dermatitis due to colour film developers is described. The patient reacted to colour film developers (CD-1, CD-2, CD-3, and CD-4), but not to other p-phenylenediamine derivatives tested. He also showed allergic reactions to Disperse Blue 106 and Disperse Blue 124 and to Disperse Red 17, but not to Disperse Orange 3. The activation of the colour film developers by oxidation at physiological pH was analysed with chemical methods, and the mechanism responsible for the concomitant reactivities to the colour film developers and the disperse dyes at a molecular level is discussed.},
  author       = {Hansson, Christer and Ahlfors, Stefan and Bergendorff, Ola},
  issn         = {0105-1873},
  keyword      = {phenylenediamine PPD,azo dye,Disperse Blue 106,Disperse Blue 124  Disperse Red 17,Disperse Orange 3,benzoquinone,imine,dermatitis,cross-reactivity,skin test,cyclic voltametry,colour film developer},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {27--31},
  publisher    = {Federation of European Neuroscience Societies and Blackwell Publishing Ltd},
  series       = {Contact Dermatitis},
  title        = {Concomitant contact dermatitis due to textile dyes and to colour film developers can be explained by the formation of the same hapten},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1600-0536.1997.tb00370.x},
  volume       = {37},
  year         = {1997},
}