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From: A genomic biomarker signature can predict skin sensitizers using a cell-based in vitro alternative to animal tests

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Changes in CD86 expression following stimulation with sensitizing and non-sensitizing chemicals. Cell surface expression levels of CD86 were monitored after stimulation with chemicals for 24 h. A). Chemical-induced up regulation of CD86, in terms of changes in frequency of positive cells, were determined by flow cytometry, as exemplified by the comparison of 2-aminophenol-stimulated cells (right dotplot) and unstimulated controls (left dot plot). Results are shown from one representative experiment out of three. Gates were set to exclude debris and dead cells, and quadrants were established by comparing with relevant isotype controls. B) Compilation of frequencies of CD86-positive cells after 24 h of stimulation. Statistical analysis was performed using Student's t test. *p < 0.05, # p < 0.01.

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