Volume 139: Issue s52
September 1998

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A new topical retinoid — why a new topical acne therapy? (Page 1 - 2)

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Pharmacology of adapalene (Page 3 - 7)

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Chemical stability of adapalene and tretinoin when combined with benzoyl peroxide in presence and in absence of visible light and ultraviolet radiation (Page 8 - 11)

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Adapalene 0·1% gel and adapalene 0·1% cream stimulate retinoic acid receptor mediated gene transcription without significant irritative effects in the skin of healthy human volunteers (Page 12 - 16)

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Adapalene 0·1% gel for the treatment of acne vulgaris: its superiority compared to tretinoin 0·025% cream in skin tolerance and patient preference (Page 17 - 22)

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Adapalene 0·1% gel has low skin irritation potential even when applied immediately after washing (Page 23 - 25)

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Evaluation of clinical efficacy and safety of adapalene 0·1% gel versus tretinoin 0·025% gel in the treatment of acne vulgaris, with particular reference to the onset of action and impact on quality of life (Page 26 - 33)

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Comparative tolerance of adapalene 0·1% gel and six different tretinoin formulations (Page 34 - 40)

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Comparison of adapalene 0·1% solution and tretinoin 0·025% gel in the topical treatment of acne vulgaris (Page 41 - 47)

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A comparison of the efficacy and tolerability of adapalene 0·1% gel versus tretinoin 0·025% gel in patients with acne vulgaris: a meta‐analysis of five randomized trials (Page 48 - 56)

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