Larese Filon F1, Fiorito A, Adami G, Barbieri P, Coceani N, Bussani R, Reisenhofer E.
Int Arch Occup Environ Health. 1999 Oct;72(7):480-4.OBJECTIVES: The increased use of glycol ethers (GEs) for water-based paints and cleaning products, combined with a lack of information about many of these products, particularly with regard to the effects of percutaneous exposure, led us to evaluate the skin absorption rates of a group of glycol ethers in vitro.METHODS: Skin permeation was calculated using the Franz cell method with human skin. A physiological solution was used as the receiving phase. Read More