- Percutaneous absorption of hazardous materials through normal and damaged skin
- Treatment after percutaneous challenge with hazardous materials
- Intra and transdermal drug delivery
- Non invasive measurement
- Payne, O.J., Graham, S.J., Dalton, C.H., Spencer, P.M., Mansson, R., Jenner, J., Azeke, J., Braue, E.
“The effects of sulphur mustard exposure and freezing on transdermal penetration of tritiated water through ex vivo pig skin”
Toxicology in vitro 27: 79-83 (2013)
- Hattersley, I. J., Jenner, J., Dalton, C.H., Chilcott, R. P., and Graham, J. S.
“The skin reservoir of sulphur mustard”
Toxicology in Vitro 22 1539-1546 (2008)
- Chilcott, R.P., Dalton, C.H., Ashley, Z., Allen, C.E., Bradley, S.T., Maidment, M.P., Jenner, J., Brown, R.F.R., Gwyther, R.J. and Rice, P.
“Evaluation of barrier creams against sulphur mustard: (II) in vivo and in vitro studies using the domestic white pig”
Cutaneous and Ocular Toxicology 26 (3): 235-247 (2007)
- Dalton, C.H., Hattersley, I.J., Rutter, S.J. and Chilcott, R.P.
“Absorption of the Nerve Agent VX (O-ethyl-S-[2(diisopropylamino)ethyl] methyl phosphonothioate) through pig, human and guinea pig skin in vitro”
Toxicology in vitro, 20: 1532-1536 (2006)
- Dalton, C.H., Maidment M.P., Jenner J. and Chilcott, R.P.,
“Closed cup vapour systems in percutaneous exposure studies: What is the dose?”
Journal Analytical Toxicology 30 (3): 165 - 170 (2006)
- Chilcott, R.P., Dalton, C.H., Emanuel, A.J., Allen, C. and Bradley, S.,
“Transepidermal water loss (TEWL) does not correlate with skin barrier function in vitro”.
Journal of Investigative Dermatology 118(5) 871 – 875 (2002)
- Dalton, C.H. and Chilcott, R.P.
“Exposure to UVB Radiation Does not Directly Impair Skin Barrier Function”.
Toxicology 168 pp136 (2001)
last update: 2013, February