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By Randy Schueller, Perry Romanowski

Alberto-Culver Co., Melrose Park, IL. comprises specific discussions of the biology of the surface and hair. additionally covers the chemical compounds used as conditioners in pores and skin and hair items, and the equipment and new strategies for deciding upon the efficacy of those items. For beauty researchers, dermatologists, and complex scholars

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This biochemical change is accompanied by the persistence throughout the stratum corneum interstices of immature membrane structures. Interestingly, these immature or incompletely processed membrane structures also appear in a subgroup of Gaucher disease (type II), which is characterized by drastically reduced enzyme levels and ichthyosiform skin lesions (42). Such immature, glycosylated membrane structures, although inadequate to meet the demands of terrestrial life, nevertheless appear to suffice in mucosal epithelia (43,44) and in the stratum corneum of marine cetaceans, which both display a high glycosylceramide-to-ceramide ratio (45).

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