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Thermal behaviour of human stratum corneum. A differential scanning calorimetry study at high scanning rates



Thermal behaviour of human stratum corneum. A differential scanning calorimetry study at high scanning rates



Skin Pharmacology and Physiology 19(3): 132-139



Purpose: To use high-speed differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) in the identification of transitions in human stratum corneum (SC). Several scanning rates (100 degrees C/min to 400 degrees C/min) are used. Results: Eight-transitions from 0 to 120 C are detected in a significant number of samples. Most of these transitions have already been identified in previous studies, but have been labeled considering essentially that only four are present.

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Accession: 012689933

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PMID: 16612140

DOI: 10.1159/000092593


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