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dermatology

Skin and subcutaneous tissues are the origin of most common neoplasms affecting dogs, accounting for approximately one third of all tumors encountered in the species. Surgical excision is frequently the best chance for a cure; determining factors influencing the...

["Veterinary Medicine","Dermatology","Pathology"]
doi:10.7717/peerj.307

Background: Many families find regular checking of children’s heads for head louse infestation too onerous and would prefer to be able to prevent infestation by use of a topical application that deters lice from infesting the head. Identification in the laboratory...

["Entomology","Dermatology","Pediatrics","Public Health"]
doi:10.7287/peerj.preprints.214v1

Water immersion skin wrinkling has long been used as a test for sympathetic nerve function. However, the cause of underlying mechanism remained elusive. In this article, we theoretically investigate a possible cause of the phenomenon by taking various properties...

["Biophysics","Anatomy and Physiology","Dermatology","Neurology"]
doi:10.7287/peerj.preprints.57v4

Diverse bacterial communities live on and in human skin. These complex communities vary by skin location on the body, over time, between individuals, and between geographic regions. Culture-based studies have shown that human to human and human to surface contact...

["Biodiversity","Biogeography","Ecology","Microbiology","Dermatology"]
doi:10.7717/peerj.53

Genome-wide microarray technology has facilitated the systematic discovery of diagnostic biomarkers of cancers and other pathologies. However, meta-analyses of published arrays often uncover significant inconsistencies that hinder advances in clinical practice....

["Bioinformatics","Cell Biology","Computational Biology","Genomics","Dermatology"]
doi:10.7717/peerj.49

Cannabinoid receptors (CB) are expressed throughout human skin epithelium. CB1 activation inhibits human hair growth and decreases proliferation of epidermal keratinocytes. Since psoriasis is a chronic hyperproliferative, inflammatory skin disease, it is conceivable...

["Histology","Anatomy and Physiology","Dermatology"]
doi:10.7717/peerj.40
Soyer
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H. Peter Soyer @hpetersoyer

The University of Queensland

As academic dermatologist from Austria I was appointed Inaugural Chair in Dermatology by The University of Queensland in 2007. Recently, I have been awarded a National...

["Dermatology","Oncology","Pathology"]

Argenziano
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Second University of Naples

Professor of Dermatology at the Second University of Naples, Italy, and Coordinator of the Skin Cancer Unit at the Research Hospital “Arcispedale Santa Maria Nuova...

["Dermatology"]

Becker
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Jürgen Becker @JuergenCBecker

Medical University of Graz

Jürgen C. Becker is Professor of Dermatology at the Meduni Graz, Austria. He received his MD from the Medical School Hanover and his PhD in Immunology from the Open...

["Oncology","Immunology","Dermatology"]

Picardo
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San Gallicano Dermatological Institute

Mauro Picardo, Director of the Cutaneous Physiopathology Laboratory and Metabolomic Center San Gallicano Dermatological Institute in Rome. Chairman Integrated...

["Dermatology"]

Tobin
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University of Bradford

Des Tobin is Prof. of Cell Biology & Director of Centre for Skin Sciences (Uni of Bradford) - largest academic center for skin & hair sciences in Britain. He researches...

["Cell Biology","Dermatology"]

Vanderbilt University

["Cell Biology","Dermatology"]

Hadassah - Hebrew University Medical Center

Yuval Ramot holds an MD and an MSc degree in Biochemistry from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, and is currently a dermatology resident in Hadassah-Hebrew...

["Dermatology","Genetics","Toxicology"]

Ashley Bateman @AshleyCBateman

Ecology & Evolution

Microbial Ecology of the Skin & the Built Environment

["Ecology","Microbiology","Dermatology"]

Prow
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University of Queensland

Dr. Tarl Prow is the Deputy Director of the Dermatology Research Centre within the School of Medicine and heads a group of 10 researchers focused on micromedical...

["Bioengineering","Dermatology","Biotechnology","Molecular Biology","Oncology"]

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