The last 20 years have seen enormous growth in our knowledge of skin function. In particular, developments in molecular biology, signal transduction, proteomics and genomics, cell biology etc. have each been invaluable in unravelling the complexities of skin function.
Biochemistry of the Skin reviews the modern understanding of skin function with an emphasis on the biochemical actors and pathways, particularly the actions of CHR/POMC neurohormones, steroids and secosteroid hormones, seratonin and melatonin. Topics covered include the biochemistry of skin nuroendocrinology, pigmentation, wound healing, inflammation and other functions of the skin.
Biochemistry of the Skin is an essential guide to the biochemistry of skin function for researchers, practitioners and students of biochemistry, skin-disease pharmaceuticals and cosmeceuticals, skincare products and medicine.
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