Sodium lauryl sulfate is an anionic tenside that is widely utilised as a model for studying acute and cumulative irritation. When used in culture, SLS induces an inhibition of DNA synthesis and a decrease in cellular viability. It has been previously reported that the barrier damage caused by SLS in vivo is lower when SLS is applied to the skin in combination with other tensides.The aim of our study was to evaluate if the cytotoxic effect of SLS is reduced by the association with different tensides also in vitro.Normal human keratinocytes from plastic surgery were grown in serum-free medium. At subconfluency, cells were treated with SLS at a dose corresponding to the DL50 in combination with Tween 20, Tween 80, Tegobetaine F50 at the minimum toxic dose.Following tenside treatment, the culture medium was changed, and after 24 hours the cells were collected for thymidine incorporation, MTT assay and NR uptake.The cytotoxic effect on normal human keratinocytes as evaluated by thymidine incorporation, MTT assay and NR uptake was significantly decreased by the combination with all the tested tensides.

Decrease in toxic potential of tensides when used in association: in vitro study on normal human keratinocytes / Benassi, Luisa; Bertazzoni, Giorgia; Magnoni, Cristina; A., Di Nardo; L., Grenzi; Seidenari, Stefania. - STAMPA. - .:(1999), pp. 14-14. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 12th International Contact Dermatitis Symposium & 1st International Symposium on the Prevention of Occupational Skin Desease in Hairdressers tenutosi a San Francisco nel 14-18 ottobre.

Decrease in toxic potential of tensides when used in association: in vitro study on normal human keratinocytes

BENASSI, Luisa;BERTAZZONI, Giorgia;MAGNONI, Cristina;SEIDENARI, Stefania
1999

Abstract

Sodium lauryl sulfate is an anionic tenside that is widely utilised as a model for studying acute and cumulative irritation. When used in culture, SLS induces an inhibition of DNA synthesis and a decrease in cellular viability. It has been previously reported that the barrier damage caused by SLS in vivo is lower when SLS is applied to the skin in combination with other tensides.The aim of our study was to evaluate if the cytotoxic effect of SLS is reduced by the association with different tensides also in vitro.Normal human keratinocytes from plastic surgery were grown in serum-free medium. At subconfluency, cells were treated with SLS at a dose corresponding to the DL50 in combination with Tween 20, Tween 80, Tegobetaine F50 at the minimum toxic dose.Following tenside treatment, the culture medium was changed, and after 24 hours the cells were collected for thymidine incorporation, MTT assay and NR uptake.The cytotoxic effect on normal human keratinocytes as evaluated by thymidine incorporation, MTT assay and NR uptake was significantly decreased by the combination with all the tested tensides.
12th International Contact Dermatitis Symposium & 1st International Symposium on the Prevention of Occupational Skin Desease in Hairdressers
San Francisco
14-18 ottobre
Benassi, Luisa; Bertazzoni, Giorgia; Magnoni, Cristina; A., Di Nardo; L., Grenzi; Seidenari, Stefania
Decrease in toxic potential of tensides when used in association: in vitro study on normal human keratinocytes / Benassi, Luisa; Bertazzoni, Giorgia; Magnoni, Cristina; A., Di Nardo; L., Grenzi; Seidenari, Stefania. - STAMPA. - .:(1999), pp. 14-14. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 12th International Contact Dermatitis Symposium & 1st International Symposium on the Prevention of Occupational Skin Desease in Hairdressers tenutosi a San Francisco nel 14-18 ottobre.
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