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Colophony as marker for fragrance allergy in the general European population.

Ofenloch, R; Diepgen, T L; Bruze, Magnus LU ; Cazzaniga, S; Coenraads, P-J; Elsner, P; Goncalo, M; Svensson, Åke LU and Naldi, L (2015) In British Journal of Dermatology
Abstract
Colophony is not used as a fragrance ingredient. However, colophony is a well-established marker of fragrance contact allergy(2-4) . Colophony was therefore included as a fragrance allergy marker in our recent paper in BJD on contact allergy in the general population (prevalence 1.0%; 95%-CI 0.6%-1.3%)(5) . When including colophony as a fragrance marker in the article on fragrance contact allergy(1) together with fragrance mix I (FM I) in the True test containing an evernia prunastri (oak moss) with a high content of atranol and chloratranol or fragrance mix II (FM II) or any of the individual materials in either FM I or FM II or Myroxylon pereirae (MP) or sesquiterpene lactones, some information in table 5 of this article(1) change... (More)
Colophony is not used as a fragrance ingredient. However, colophony is a well-established marker of fragrance contact allergy(2-4) . Colophony was therefore included as a fragrance allergy marker in our recent paper in BJD on contact allergy in the general population (prevalence 1.0%; 95%-CI 0.6%-1.3%)(5) . When including colophony as a fragrance marker in the article on fragrance contact allergy(1) together with fragrance mix I (FM I) in the True test containing an evernia prunastri (oak moss) with a high content of atranol and chloratranol or fragrance mix II (FM II) or any of the individual materials in either FM I or FM II or Myroxylon pereirae (MP) or sesquiterpene lactones, some information in table 5 of this article(1) change slightly according to the numbers given here: This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved. (Less)
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  abstract     = {Colophony is not used as a fragrance ingredient. However, colophony is a well-established marker of fragrance contact allergy(2-4) . Colophony was therefore included as a fragrance allergy marker in our recent paper in BJD on contact allergy in the general population (prevalence 1.0%; 95%-CI 0.6%-1.3%)(5) . When including colophony as a fragrance marker in the article on fragrance contact allergy(1) together with fragrance mix I (FM I) in the True test containing an evernia prunastri (oak moss) with a high content of atranol and chloratranol or fragrance mix II (FM II) or any of the individual materials in either FM I or FM II or Myroxylon pereirae (MP) or sesquiterpene lactones, some information in table 5 of this article(1) change slightly according to the numbers given here: This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.},
  author       = {Ofenloch, R and Diepgen, T L and Bruze, Magnus and Cazzaniga, S and Coenraads, P-J and Elsner, P and Goncalo, M and Svensson, Åke and Naldi, L},
  issn         = {1365-2133},
  language     = {eng},
  month        = {11},
  publisher    = {Wiley-Blackwell},
  series       = {British Journal of Dermatology},
  title        = {Colophony as marker for fragrance allergy in the general European population.},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/bjd.14297},
  year         = {2015},
}