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Studies On The Chemical Composition Of Psoriatic
The DNS-contents of epidermis-cells of the normal skin of nonpsoriatic persons and of clinically healthy skin of psoriatic persons remote from foci was immediately measured after trypsination and cytophotometrically in short-time cultures by help of the integrating microdensitometre after Deeley. FAE were introduced as a systemic psoriasis treatment in 1959 and empirically developed further between 1970 and 1990 in Germany, Switzerland, and the Netherlands. 2 In 1959, the German chemist Walter Schweckendiek, who suffered from psoriasis himself, postulated that psoriasis occurred due a deficiency in fumaric acid levels leading to defects in the citric acid cycle, and that oral supplementation of fumaric acid might neutralize these defects. 64 The early phase of skin flushing is caused by activated HCA2 expressed on epidermal Langerhans cells and selectively induced by cyclooxygenase-1 (COX-1), while the late phase involves HCA2 expressed on keratinocytes and COX-2. However, DMF is likely not completely metabolized into MMF in the small intestines. Arch Dermatol Res. Vitamin D deficiency not only causes metabolic bone disease among children and adults but also may increase the risk of many common chronic diseases. In 1919, Huldschinsky (6) exposed children with rickets to a mercury arc lamp and reported the dramatic healing of rickets. The vitamin D-binding protein in the dermal capillary bed has an affinity for vitamin D3 (14 16) and draws it into the circulation. Common soda lime glass is partially transparent to UVA but is opaque to shorter wavelengths, whereas fused quartz glass, depending on quality, can be transparent even to vacuum UV wavelengths. It is used for the correction of contour defects of the skin. more youthful state. The present condition had evidently supervened on Psoriasis vulg-aris.
Further Observations On Aminopterin For Psoriasis11from The Division Of Dermatology, Department Of Medicine, University Of California School Of Medicine, San Francisco, California
Full thickness burn. destruction of the epidermis & dermis. grafting may be required. Abnomral plasma cells produce abnormal antibody The myeloma protein or the bence-jones protein.