Chemistry of the Cutis

  • Zdenko Stary
Part of the Handbuch der Haut- und Geschlechtskrankheiten book series (HAUT, volume 1 / 3)


At the time when the first edition of this book was written, two sets of methods were available for the investigation of cutis structure: microscopical methods and chemical methods. Both areas of investigation were sharply limited by the size of the investigated objects. Only structures larger than 0.2 μ (= 2000 Å) could be investigated under the microscope. Only structures smaller than 0.005 μ (= 50 Å) could be successfully studied by direct chemical analysis. The methods of classical organic chemistry, created for the analysis of substances of small molecular weight, could be applied to splitting products of macromolecular substances, but gave only indirect clues when applied to the macromolecules themselves.—Very little was known about the biological structures which are too small to be visible microscopically and too complicated to give easily interpretable results when analyzed with the usual methods of analytical chemistry.


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