1968
DOI: 10.1038/jid.1968.66
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Studies on the Mechanism of Aluminum Anhidrosis*

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“…Although the effect of the commonly used antiperspirant active ACH is, in the published knowledge, ascribed to its plug formation in the eSG duct and resulting blockage of sweat secretion [36–40], some early studies investigating the mechanism of action of ACH postulate the site of action to lie below the superficial skin layer outreaching the physical blockage of the gland [41,42]. Our in vitro screening results strongly support the latter hypothesis and show ACH to influence the ion equilibrium in eSG cells.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Although the effect of the commonly used antiperspirant active ACH is, in the published knowledge, ascribed to its plug formation in the eSG duct and resulting blockage of sweat secretion [36–40], some early studies investigating the mechanism of action of ACH postulate the site of action to lie below the superficial skin layer outreaching the physical blockage of the gland [41,42]. Our in vitro screening results strongly support the latter hypothesis and show ACH to influence the ion equilibrium in eSG cells.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%