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Physiology, Biochemistry, and Molecular Biology of the Skin
To open this book is to enter a vast cathedral of knowledge about the skin around us. As you walk in, you will see no stained glass, but rather the subdued light from scores of interesting… Expand
An investigation of the biology of the human sebaceous gland.
The aim of this paper is to set forth a new concept of human sebaceous gland functioning and to examine certain forces influential in the gland's activityf. In essence, the current view is that the… Expand
The neurohistology and neurophysiology of the itch sensation in man.
The skin is a vast sentient surface, attuned to numerous environmental changes. Although it was first viewed as representing only the fifth sense, i. e., touch, the last century of research has… Expand
Axillary odor; experimental study of the role of bacteria, apocrine sweat, and deodorants.
- W. Shelley, H. Hurley, A. Nichols
- A.M.A. archives of dermatology and syphilology
- 1 October 1953
AS FAR back as history records, man has been aware of a distinctively malodorous scent that may emanate from his axilla. Since the axilla is remarkable anatomically for the presence of the apocrine… Expand
AQUAGENIC URTICARIA. CONTACT SENSITIVITY REACTION TO WATER.
For years a distinctive and intensely pruritic form of hives has been noted in certain people as a result of heat, emotion, or exertion. The numerous small lesions have been labeled "cholinergic… Expand
The innervation of human epidermis.
Mucunain, the active pruritogenic proteinase of cowhage.
Intralesional bleomycin sulfate therapy for warts. A novel bifurcated needle puncture technique.
A multiple puncture technique using a bifurcated vaccination needle to introduce bleomycin sulfate (1 U/mL sterile saline solution) into warts resulted in elimination of 92% of a random series of 258… Expand
On the Pathogenesis of Sarcoidosis
- W. Shelley
- Southern medical journal
- 1 August 1971
This review of a most intriguing disease informs the reader of what is known of its possible pathogenesis and also indicates the gaps in knowledge still to be filled in.
New staining techniques for the Langerhans cell.
Three new techniques are described for staining the Langerhans cell in whole mounts of fresh human and guinea pig epidermis. These employ paraphenylenediamine, gold sodium thiomalate and cobalt… Expand