Wissenschaftliche Publikationen zur SciBase-Technologie: 

1. EIS in Bezug auf Hautkrebs

  • Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy improves skin cancer detection and reduces the number of biopsies, C. Liebich, J. Bartsch, I. Schubert, M-L. v. Bruehl, C. Sander, Dermato, 2022, 2, 21-29. DOI.org/10.3390/dermato2020004
  • Impact of Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy on Clinician Confidence and Diagnostic Accuracy in Evaluating Melanocytic Skin Lesions Suspicious for Melanoma: A Pilot Study, A. Kolla, L. Fried, P. Shah, T. Liebman, J. Stein, D. Polsky, SKIN January 2022 Vol6, Issue doi.org/10.25251/skin.6.1.4 
  • Impact of Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy on Dermatologists’ Number-Needed-to-Biopsy Metric and Biopsy Decisions for Pigmented Skin Lesions, G. Litchman, R Teplitz, J. Marson, D Rigel, JAAD October 2021, doi.org/10.1016/j.jaad.2020.09.011
  • Retrospective evaluation of the performance of the electrical impedance spectroscopy system Nevisense in detecting keratinocyte cancers, C. Liebich, M-L Bruehl, I Schubert, R Oberhoffer, C Sander, Skin Research and Technology, 2021;00:1-7; DOI:10.1111/srt.13007
  • Diagnostic Accuracy of Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy in Non-melanoma Skin Cancer, E Sarac, C Garbe et. al, DOI: 10.2340/00015555-3689, Acta Derm Venereol 2020; 100: adv00328
  • Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy: Augmented Intelligence Technology for the Early Detection of Melanoma, G Goldenberg, Practical Dermatology April 2020, p44-45.
  • Impact of Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy on Dermatologists’ Number-Needed-to-Biopsy Metric and Biopsy Decisions for Pigmented Skin Lesions. Litchman, D Rigel et al ,https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jaad.2020.09.011
  • Integrating Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy into Clinical Decisions for Pigmented Skin Lesions Improves Diagnostic Accuracy: A Multitiered Study, G Litchman, D Rigel et al, SKIN July 2020 Volume 4, Issue 4
  • Integrating Electrical Impedance Score into Decision to Biopsy Increases Biopsy Efficiency,
    G Prado, D Rigel, ePoster 10062, AAD 2019, www.aad.org/eposters/Submissions/getFile.aspx?id=10062&type=sub
  • Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy Improves Diagnostic Accuracy of Pigmented Lesions,
    G Prado, D Rigel et al, ePoster 10229,  AAD 2019, www.aad.org/eposters/Submissions/getFile.aspx?id=10229&type=sub
  • EIS: Atypien von Hautveränderungen präzise messen,
    J Welzel, U Reinhold,  Der Deutsche Dermatologe 2018 Nov, pages 847-851,  DOI: 10.1007/s15011-018-2189-3
  • Assessment of Clinician Accuracy for Diagnosing Melanoma Based on Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy Score Plus Morphology Versus Lesion Morphology Alone, abstract,
    R Svoboda, G Prado, R Mirsky, D Rigel, JAAD 2018. DOI: 10.1016/j.jaad.2018.08.048
  • Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy Versus Clinical Inspection Approaches: Melanoma Efficacy Detection Comparison, abstract,
    R Svoboda, A Franco, D Rigel, SKIN 2018, DOI: 10.25251/skin.2.3.2
  • Noninvasive diagnosis in dermatologyabstract,
    J Welzel, S Schuh, JDDG 2017 999-1016, DOI: 10.1111/ddg.13347
  • Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy in Skin Cancer Diagnosis Abstract 
    R Braun, J Mangana, S Goldinger, Lars French, R Dummer, A Marghoob, Dermatological Clinic 35 (2017) 489-493, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.det.2017.06.009 
  • Utilisation of an Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy System in an NHS setting in a pigmented lesion clinic as an adjuvant to dermoscopy and clinical history 
    Catriona Henderson, Birgit Pees, Poster the 97th Annual Meeting of the British Association of Dermatologists in Liverpool July 4-6 2017 
  • Analysis of an electrical impedance spectroscopy system in short-term digital dermoscopy imaging of melanocytic lesions full articleRocha, S.W. Menzies, S. Lo, M. Avramidis, R. Khoury, L. Jackett, P.Guitera. British Journal of Dermatology. 19 April 2017. DOI: 10.1111/bjd.15595
  • Clinical performance of the Nevisense system in cutaneous melanoma detection: an international, multi-centre, prospective and blinded clinical trial on efficacy and safety full article
    Malvehy J, Hauschild A, Curiel-Lewandrowski C, Mohr P, Hofmann-Wellenhof R, Motley R, Berking C, Grossman D, Paoli J, Loquai C, Olah J, Reinhold U, Wenger H, Dirschka T, Davis S, Henderson C, Rabinovitz H, Welzel J, Schadendorf D, Birgersson U. British Journal of Dermatology. 2014 May 19.  DOI: 10.1111/bjd.13121. 
  • Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy as a potential adjunct diagnostic tool for cutaneous melanoma full article
    Mohr  P, Birgersson U, Berking C, Henderson C, Trefzer U, Kemeny L, Sunderkötter C, Dirschka T, Motley R, Frohm-Nilsson M, Reinhold U, Loquai C, Braun R, Nyberg F, Paoli J. Skin Res Technol. 2013 Jan 27. doi: 10.1111/srt.12008.
  • Electrical impedance of human skin and tissue alterations: Mathematical modeling and Measurements thesisBirgersson U. Karolinska Institutet (thesis), Stockholm 2012.
  • Electrical impedance and the diagnostic accuracy for malignant melanoma abstract
    Åberg P, Birgersson U, Elsner P, Mohr P, Ollmar S. Experimental Dermatology, 2011 Mar 3; 648-652.
  •  Non-invasive and microinvasive electrical impedance spectra of skin cancer – a comparison between two techniques abstractÅberg P, Geladi P, Nicander I, Hansson J, Holmgren U, Ollmar S. Skin Res Technol. 2005 Nov;11(4):281-6.
  • Skin cancer as seen by electrical impedance thesisÅberg P. Karolinska Institutet (thesis), Stockholm 2004.
  • Bioimpedance of different skin tumours – clinical tricks and treats
    Nicander I, Holmgren U, Åberg P, Ollmar S. Proc XII Intern Conf on Electrical Bio-Impedance & V Electrical Impedance Tomography, Gdansk (PL), June 20-24, 2004, 99-102. ISBN 83-917681-6-3
  • Skin bioimpedance – electronic views of malignancies
    Åberg P, Nicander I, Hansson J, Holmgren U, Ollmar S. Proc XII Intern Conf on Electrical Bio-Impedance & V Electrical Impedance Tomography, Gdansk (PL), June 20-24, 2004, 79-82. ISBN 83-917681-6-3
  • Skin cancer identification using multi-frequency electrical impedance – a potential screening tool abstract
    Åberg P, Nicander I, Hansson J, Geladi P, Holmgren U, Ollmar S. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng 2004; 51(12): 2097-2102
  • Detection of basal cell carcinoma using electrical impedance and neural networks abstractDua R, Beetner DG, Stoecker WV, Wunsch DC. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng 2004; 51(1): 66-71
  • Minimally invasive electrical impedance spectroscopy of skin exemplified by skin cancer assessments
    Åberg P, Nicander I, Ollmar S. In: Proc IEEE EMBS, Cancun (MX), 17-21 Sept 2003, 3211-3214, ISBN 0-7803-7790-7
  • Differentiation among basal cell carcinoma, benign lesions, and normal skin using electric impedance abstractBeetner DG, Kapoor S, Manjunath S, Zhou X, Stoecker WV. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng 2003; 50(8): 1020-1025
  • Assessment of skin lesions and skin cancer using simple electrical impedance indices abstractÅberg P, Nicander I, Holmgren U, Geladi P, Ollmar S. Skin Res Technol 2003; 9: 257-261
  • Electrical impedance of nodular basal cell carcinoma: a pilot study abstractEmtestam L, Nicander I, Stenström M, Ollmar S. Dermatology 1998; 197: 313-316

2. EIS in Bezug auf weitere Hautveränderungen

  • Electrical impedance spectroscopy for the characterization of skin barrier in atopic dermatitis, Rinaldi, Korsfeldt, Ward, Burla, Dreher, Gautschi, Stolpe, Tan, Bersuch, Melin, Askary Lord, Grant, Svedenhag, Tsekova, Schmid‐Grendelmeier, Möhrenschlager, Renner, Akdis, European Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, April 2021, https://doi.org/10.1111/all.14842
  • Skin hydration dynamics investigated by electrical impedance techniques in vivo and in vitro Morin, Ruzgas, Svedenhag , Anderson , Ollmar , Engblom, Björklund, Scientific reports Oct 2020 10:17218, doi.org/10.1038/s441598-020-73684-y
  • Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy as a safe and efficient tool for the evaluation of epithelial barrier, Rinaldi AO, Ward S, Burla D, Gautschi M, Stolpe B, Johansson A, Melin D, Grant S, Svedenhag P, Tsekova K, Möhrenschlager M, Renner E, Akdis C. , e-Poster Gordon Research Conference Jan 2020
  • Direct Assessment of skin epithelial barrier by electrical impedance spectroscopy, Rinaldi AO, Morita H, Wawrzyniak P, Dreher A, Grant S, Svedenhag P, Akdis CA, Allergy 2019 Apr 16, DOI: 10.1111/all.13824
  • Facts and artefacts regarding correlation between skin electrial impedance spectroscopy (EIS) and blood glucose
    Ollmar S, Nicander I, Åberg P, Bolinder J. XV Int. Conf. on Electrical Bio-Impedance & XIV Conf. on Electrical Impedance Tomography. IOP Publishing, Journal of Physics: Conference Series 434 (2013) 012071.
  • Bioimpedance as a noninvasive method for measuring changes in skin
    Åberg P, Nicander I, Ollmar S. XV In: Handbook of Non-Invasive Methods and the Skin, 2nd ed – pp 345-350. Serup, Jemec, Grove. CRC Press 2006.
  • Within and beyond the skin barrier
    Ollmar S, Nicander I. In: Bioengineering of the skin – Water and the stratum corneum, 2nd ed., pp 335-350. Fluhr, Elsner, Berardesca, Maibach (Eds.). CRC Press 2005.
  • Effects of pretreatment with a urea-containing emollient on nickel allergic skin reactions abstract
    Kuzmina N, Nyrén M, Lodén M, Edlund F, Emtestam L. Acta Dermato-Venereologica 2005; 85: 9-12
  • Effects of pre-treatment with a urea-containing emollient on nickel allergic skin reactions Kuzmina N, Nyrén M, Lodén M, Edlund F, Emtestam L, Nicander I, Ollmar S. Proc XII Intern Conf on Electrical Bio-Impedance & V Electrical Impedance Tomography, Gdansk (PL), June 20-24, 2004, 111-113. ISBN 83-917681-6-3
  • Skin bioimpedance
    Ollmar S, Nicander I, Åberg P. Proc XII Intern Conf on Electrical Bio-Impedance, Gdansk (PL), June 20-24, 2004, 343-346. ISBN 83-917681-6-3
  • Blood glucose modulates impedance level
    Birgersson U, Neiderud F, Åberg P, Ollmar S. Proc XII Intern Conf on Electrical Bio-Impedance & V Electrical Impedance Tomography, Gdansk (PL), June 20-24, 2004, 153-156. ISBN 83-917681-6-3.
  • Biophysical aspects of contact dermatitis and its prevention abstract
    Kuzmina N. Karolinska Institutet (thesis), Stockholm 2004
  • Clinically normal atopic skin versus non-atopic skin as seen through electrical impedance abstract
    Nicander I, Ollmar S. Skin Res Technol 2004; 10: 178-183
  • Assessment of irritant skin reactions using electrical impedance – a comparison between 2 laboratories abstract
    Kuzmina N, Duval C, Johnsson S, Boman A, Lindberg M, Emtestam L. Contact dermatitis 2003; 49(1): 26-31
  • Basal electrical impedance in relation to sodium lauryl sulphate-induced skin reactions – a comparison of patients with eczema and healthy controls abstract
    Kuzmina N, Hagströmer L, Nyrén M, Emtestam L. Skin Res Technol 2003; 9: 357-362
  • Betaine in oral hygiene with special attention to dry and sensitive mucosa (thesis)
    Rantanen I. Annales Universitatis Turkuensis 559, Turku, Finland 2003
  • The effects of two sodium lauryl sulphate-containing toothpastes with and without betaine on human oral mucosa in vivo abstract
    Rantanen I, Jutila K, Nicander I, Tenovuo J, Söderling E. Swed Dent J 2003; 27: 31-34
  • Electrical impedance as a potential tool to distinguish between allergic and irritant contact dermatitis abstract
    Nyren M, Kuzmina N, Emtestam L. J Am Acad Dermatol 2003;48: 394-400
  • The use of different concentrations of betaine as a reducing irritation agent in soaps monitored visually and non-invasively abstract
    Nicander I, Åberg P, Ollmar S. Skin Res Technol 2003; 9: 43-49
  • The ability of betaine to reduce the irritating effects of detergents assessed visually, histologically and by bioengineering methods abstract
    Nicander I, Rantanen I, Lundh Rozell B, Söderling E, Ollmar S. Skin Res Technol 2003; 9: 50-58
  • Non-invasive detection of sub-clinical skin reactions
    Ollmar S. Proc of the 2nd International Workshop on Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Fields, Rhodes (GR), 7-11 Oct 2002, vol I: 46-53. ISBN 960-86733-3-X
  • Betaine reduces the irritating effect of sodium lauryl sulphate on human oral mucosa in vivo abstractRantanen I, Nicander I, Jutila K, Ollmar S, Tenovuo J, Soderling E. Acta Odontol Scand 2002 Oct; 60(5): 306-10
  • Variation of skin properties within human forearms demonstrated by non-invasive detection and multi-way analysis abstract
    Åberg P, Geladi P, Nicander I, Ollmar S. Skin Res Technol 2002; 8: 194-201
  • Urea and sodium chloride in moisturisers for skin of the elderly – a comparative, double-blind, randomised study abstract
    Kuzmina N, Hagstromer L, Emtestam L. Skin Pharmacol Appl Skin Physiol 2002; 15: 166-174
  • Skin Sensitivity Testing – A Biophysical Approach Thesis
    Nyrén M. Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm 2002
  • Do urea and sodium chloride together increase the efficacy of moisturizers for atopic dermatitis skin? abstractHagströmer L, Nyren M, Emtestam L. Skin Pharmacol Appl Skin Physiol 2001; 14: 27-33
  • Instrumental measurement of the Mantoux test: Differential effects of tuberculin and sodium lauryl sulphate on impedancve response patterns in human skin abstract
    Nyrén M, Hagströmer L, Emtestam L. Dermatology 2000; 201: 212-217
  • Electrical impedance measurements at different skin sites related to seasonal variations abstract
    Nicander I, Ollmar S. Skin Res Technol 2000; 6: 81-86
  • Making electronic biopsies into a viable future for non-invasive diagnostics with electrical impedance
    Ollmar S. Med Biol Eng Comp 1999; 37, Suppl 2: 116-117
  • Electrical impedance related to structural differences in the skin and in the oral mucosa
    Nicander I, Ollmar S. Med Biol Eng Comp 1999; 37, Suppl 1: 161-162
  • Electrical Bio-Impedance related to structural differences and reactions in skin and oral mucosa abstractNicander I, Ollmar S. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1999; 873: 221-226
  • Inter- and intra-individual differences in human stratum corneum lipid content related to physical parameters of skin barrier function in vivo abstract
    Norlen L, Nicander I, Lundh Rozell B, Ollmar S, Forslind B. J Invest Dermatol. 1999 Jan;112(1):72-7.
  • Electrical impedance related to experimentally induced changes of human skin and oral mucosa Thesis
    Nicander I. Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, 1998
  • Multivariate analysis of skin impedance data in long-term type 1 diabetic patients abstract
    Lindholm-Sethson B, Han S, Ollmar S, Nicander I, Jonsson G, Lithner F, Bertheim U, Geladi P. Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems 1998; 44: 381-394
  • Electrical impedance and other physical parameters as related to lipid content of human stratum corneum
    Nicander I, Norlén L, Brockstedt U, Lundh Rozell B, Forslind B, Ollmar S. Skin Res Technol 1998; 4: 213-221
  • Methods of information extraction from impedance spectra of biological tissue, in particular skin and oral mucosa – a critical review and suggestions for the future
    Ollmar S. Bioelectrochemistry & Bioenergetics 1998; 45: 157-160
  • Lipid content and electrical impedance abstract
    Nicander I, Norlén L, Forslind B, Ollmar S. Curr Probl Dermatol. Basel, Karger, 1998, vol 26, pp 165-176
  • Electrical impedance for quantification and classification of experimental skin reactions abstract
    Emtestam L, Nyrén M. Am J Contact Dermatitis 1997; 8 (4): 202-206
  • Electrical impedance. A method to evaluate subtle changes of the human oral mucosa abstract
    Nicander I, Lundh Rozell B, Rundquist L, Ollmar S. Eur J Oral Sci 1997; 105: 576-582
  • Mild and below threshold skin responses to sodium lauryl sulphate assessed by depth controlled electrical impedance
     Nicander I, Ollmar S. Skin Res Technol 1997; 3: 259-263
  • Baseline electrical impedance measurements at various skin sites, related to age and sex
    Nicander I, Nyrén M, Emtestam L, Ollmar S. Skin Res Technol 1997; 3: 252-258
  • Information in full and reduced data sets of electrical impedance spectra from various skin conditions compared by using a holographic neural network abstract
    Ollmar S, Nicander I, Ollmar J, Emtestam L. Med Biol Eng Comput 1997; 35: 415-419
  • Allergic contact reactions in the skin assessed by electrical impedance – a pilot study
    Nicander I, Ollmar S, Lundh Rozell B, Emtestam L. Skin Res Technol 1997; 3: 121-125
  • Electric impedance measurements at six different anatomic locations of macroscopically normal human oral mucosa abstract
    Nicander I, Rundquist L, Ollmar S. Acta Odontol Scand 1997; 55: 88-93
  • Instrumental evaluation of skin irritation
    Rizwi PY, Morrison BM, Grove MJ, Grove GL. Cosmetics & Toiletries mag 1996; 111, Sept: 39-42
  • An electrical impedance technique for assessment of wheals abstract
    Nyrén M, Ollmar S, Nicander I, Emtestam L. Allergy 1996; 51: 923-926
  • Interpretation of impedance data of stripped skin supported by histological findings
    Nicander I, Lundh Rozell B, Emtestam L, Ollmar S. Med Biol Eng Comput 1996; 34, Supplement 1, Part 2: 147-148
  • Quantification of skin and mucosal reactions by electrical impedance
    Ollmar S. Med Biol Eng Comput 1996; 34, Supplement 1, Part 2: 145-146
  • Correlation of impedance response patterns to histological findings in irritant skin reactions induced by various surfactants abstract
    Nicander I, Ollmar S, Eek A, Lundh Rozell B, Emtestam L. Br J Dermatology 1996; 134: 221-228
  • Information in multi frequency measurement of intact skin
    Ollmar S, Nicander I. Innov Tech Biol Med 1995; 16: 745-751
  • Electrical impedance measured to five skin depths in mild irritant dermatitis induced by sodium lauryl sulphate abstract
    Nicander I, Ollmar S, Lundh-Rozell B, Eek A, Emtestam L. British J Dermatology 1995; 132: 718-724
  • Electrical impedance for estimation of irritation in oral mucosa and skin abstract
    Ollmar S, Eek A, Sundström F, Emtestam L. Med Progr Techn 1995; 21: 29-37