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by Michael Darmon,Miroslav Blumenberg

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  • ISBN 0122034554
  • ISBN13 978-0122034558
  • Language English
  • Author Michael Darmon,Miroslav Blumenberg
  • Publisher Academic Press; 1 edition (July 5, 1993)
  • Pages 291
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Molecular Biology of the Skin: The Keratinocyte comprehensively reviews the major aspects of keratinocyte and epidermal differentiation, physiology, and pathology, primarily focusing on the molecular aspects. This exciting new resource discusses keratin genes, retinoic acid, and the use of transgenic animals in the study of dermatological pathology. The volume also highlights areas of genetic disease, new animal models to help in understanding dermatological disorders, and gene therapy using skin as a target. W.W. Franke, a pioneer in the study of the molecular biology of keratins, has written the foreword for the book.Molecular Biology of the Skin: The Keratinocyte is intended for use by dermatologists and basic researchers in cell and developmental biology. It will also be valuable for surgeons and other clinicians as well as researchers in gene therapy, virology, and pharmacology. * * Reviews keratinocyte (and epidermal) differentiation. physiology, and pathology, focusing on the molecular aspects* -Discusses keratin genes, retinoic acid, and the use of transgenic animals in the study of dermatalogical pathology* -Highlights genetic disease, new animal models, and gene therapy

M. Blumenberg, Molecular Biology of Human Keratin Genes. J. Schweizer, Murine Epidermal Keratins.

eBook ISBN: 9780323139304. Imprint: Academic Press. physiology, and pathology, focusing on the molecular aspects. Discusses keratin genes, retinoic acid, and the use of transgenic animals in the study of dermatalogical pathology. Highlights genetic disease, new animal models, and gene therapy. M. Dale, . Presland, P. Fleckman, E. Kam, And K. Resing, Phenotypic Expression and Processing of Filaggrin in Epidermal Differentiation.

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This exciting new resource discusses keratin genes, retinoic acid, and the use of transgenic animals in the study of dermatological pathology.

In: Darmon M, Blumenberg M (eds) Molecular Biology of the Skin: The Keratinocyte. In: Elsner P, Berardesca E, Wilhelm K-P, et al (eds) Bioengineering of the Skin: Skin Biomechanics. Academic Press, San Diego. CRC Press, Boca Raton.

Finelt N, Gazel A, Gorelick S, Blumenberg MTranscriptional responses of human epidermal keratinocytes to Oncostatin-M. No current Talk conversations about this book.

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keratinocyte and epidermal differentiation, physiology, and pathology, primarily focusing on the. This exciting new resource discusses keratin genes, retinoic acid, and the use of. transgenic animals in the study of dermatological pathology. therapy using skin as a target. keratins, has written the foreword for the book. Molecular Biology of the Skin: The Keratinocyte is intended for use by dermatologists and basic. It will also be valuable for surgeons and other.

Blumenberg, Miroslav. Simultaneously, epidermal keratinocytes have been the subject of many skin biology studies because they respond to a rich variety of inflammatory and immunomodulating cytokines, hormones, vitamins, UV light, toxins and physical injury. The transcriptional changes occurring during epidermal differentiation and cornification have been identified and characterized. Recent studies identified the genes specifically expressed in human epidermal stem cells.

Franke, a pioneer in the study of the molecular biology of keratins, has written the foreword for the book

This exciting new resource discusses keratin genes, retinoic acid, and the use of transgenic animals in the study of dermatological pathology. Franke, a pioneer in the study of the molecular biology of keratins, has written the foreword for the book.