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Round robin study to evaluate the reconstructed human epidermis (RhE) model as an in vitro skin irritation test for detection of irritant activity in medical device extracts

Authors
 Wim H. De Jong  ;  Sebastian Hoffmann  ;  Michelle Lee  ;  Helena Kandárová  ;  Christian Pellevoisin  ;  Yuji Haishima  ;  Beau Rollins  ;  Austin Zdawczyk  ;  Jamin Willoughby  ;  Michael Bachelor  ;  Timothy Schatz  ;  Shelby Skoog  ;  Sherry Parker  ;  Anita Sawyer  ;  Paolo Pescio  ;  Kristina Fant  ;  Kwang-Mahn Kim  ;  Jae Sung Kwon  ;  Helge Gehrke  ;  Hana Hofman-Hüther  ;  Marisa Meloni  ;  Conrad Julius  ;  Damien Briotet  ;  Silvia Letasiova  ;  Reiko Kato  ;  Atsuko Miyajima  ;  Liset J.J. De La Fonteyne  ;  Christelle Videau  ;  Carine Tornier  ;  Audrey P. Turley  ;  Nicholas Christiano  ;  Thor S. Rollins  ;  Kelly P. Coleman 
Citation
 TOXICOLOGY IN VITRO, Vol.50 : 439-449, 2018 
Journal Title
 TOXICOLOGY IN VITRO 
ISSN
 0887-2333 
Issue Date
2018
MeSH
Animal Testing Alternatives ; Biocompatible Materials/chemistry ; Biocompatible Materials/toxicity* ; Epidermis/pathology* ; Equipment and Supplies ; Humans ; Irritants/toxicity* ; Materials Testing ; Polymers/chemistry ; Polymers/toxicity* ; Skin Irritancy Tests/methods*
Keywords
Alternative testing ; In vitro ; Irritation ; Medical devices ; Reconstructed human epidermis
Abstract
Assessment of skin irritation is an essential component of the safety evaluation of medical devices. OECD Test Guideline 439 describes the use of reconstructed human epidermis (RhE) as an in vitro test system for classification of skin irritation by neat chemicals. An international round robin study was conducted to evaluate the RhE method for determination of skin irritant potential of medical device extracts. Four irritant polymers and three non-irritant controls were obtained or developed that had demonstrated their suitability to act as positive or negative test samples. The RhE tissues (EpiDerm™ and SkinEthic™ RHE) were dosed with 100 μL aliquots of either saline or sesame oil extract. Incubation times were 18 h (EpiDerm™) and 24 h (SkinEthic™ RHE). Cell viability reduction > 50% was indicative of skin irritation. Both the EpiDerm™ and SkinEthic™ RHE tissues were able to correctly identify virtually all of the irritant polymer samples either in the saline, sesame oil or both solvent extracts. Our results indicate that RhE tissue models can detect the presence of strong skin irritants at low levels in dilute medical device polymer extracts. Therefore, these models may be suitable replacements for the rabbit skin irritation test to support the biological evaluation of medical devices.
Full Text
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0887233318300018
DOI
10.1016/j.tiv.2018.01.001
Appears in Collections:
2. College of Dentistry (치과대학) > Dept. of Dental Biomaterials and Bioengineering (치과생체재료공학교실) > 1. Journal Papers
Yonsei Authors
Kwon, Jae-Sung(권재성) ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9803-7730
Kim, Kwang Mahn(김광만) ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5235-0294
URI
https://ir.ymlib.yonsei.ac.kr/handle/22282913/165577
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