Processes in Cutaneous Epidermal Differentiation: Proceedings of the United States-Japan Joint Seminar, 1985

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I. A. Bernstein, Takae Hirone
Praeger, 1987 - Nature - 392 pages

This comprehensive volume, which brings together outstanding investigators of cutaneous epidermal differentiation, contributes to a general appreciation of the modulation of gene action and provides valuable insights into the causes of certain cutaneous pathologies that involve abnormal epidermal differentiation.

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Contents

BIOCHEMICAL ASPECTS OF NUCLEOTIDES IN NORMAL
11
COONDITIONS FOR FORMATION OF HEMIDESMOSOMES
24
THE BIOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF FATTY ACID
49
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I.A. BERNSTEIN is Professor in the School of Public Health and is Professor in the Department of Biological Chemistry, at the University of Michigan and the University of Michigan Medical School, respectively.

T.HIRONE is Professor and Chairman of the Department of Dermatology at Kanazawa University.

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