Marzulli and Maibach's Dermatotoxicology, 7th Edition by Hongbo Zhai, Klaus-Peter Wilhelm, Howard I. Maibach

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By Hongbo Zhai, Klaus-Peter Wilhelm, Howard I. Maibach

Reflecting the embryonic country of the sphere, the 1st variation of Dermatoxicology, released in 1977, numbered 567 pages. Now the foundational reference in dermal toxicology, this 7th variation includes 1,032 pages and defines what was a mostly intuitive box yet has developed into a longtime technology of metrics and mechanisms. up to date and improved to mirror the newest advancements, the 7th variation comprises basic details at the mechanisms of motion of poisonous components at the epidermis and useful info at the many equipment for comparing dermal toxicity. extraordinary in its assurance and extensive in scope, with the addition of 34 new chapters, this quantity retains speed with the increasing technological know-how. A perennial bestseller, this definitive textual content explores the newest advancements within the box. With contributions from major overseas specialists, it maintains the culture of supplying unsurpassed theoretical and functional counsel.

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4 Corneocyte Variability ..................................................................................................................................................... 5 Blood Vessel Reactivity ................................................................................................................................................... 6 Elastic Recovery/Extensibility .........................................................................................................................................

Indd 8 Marzulli and Maibach’s Dermatotoxicology, 7th Edition temperature, and erythema after application of various capsaicinoid analogs at various concentrations on volar forearms of six Caucasians and six Asians, aged 19–63 years. The results were baseline adjusted, control site-corrected over time for each parameter to normalize data for inherent differences among skin sites. Increasing concentrations of total capsaicinoid were not associated with a proportional change in TEWL in either Caucasians or Asians.

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