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The molecular biology of skin


, : The molecular biology of skin. The Molecular Biology Of Skin 469

This text on the molecular biology of skin is designed for both the biologist and the dermatologist. Over 1500 references relating to the biochemistry of skin are reviewed in this book. The text begins with an examination of the normal skin and its components. Individual chapters are devoted to intermediary metabolism, nucleic acids, structural proteins, polysaccharides, lipids, vitamins, pigmentation and control processes. The text continues with the experimental pathology of skin. Chemical and physical traumas are dealt with. The last part of the text focuses on the diseases of the skin. Psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, non-genetic dermatoses and diseases of regular Mendelian inheritance are covered. The researcher will also find this an invaluable reference.

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