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Leather chemists have contributed much to the dermatologists' knowledge of the chemistry of the skin. Leather, too, is of interest to the dermatologist because allergic dermatitis from contact with it is no rarity. Both of these facts make this book by McLaughlin and Theis and their collaborators a valuable reference book in the dermatologic field. The book is a third edition on this subject in the American Chemical Society Monograph Series. It brings up to date, it is to be presumed, the subject matter presented in the earlier editions as authorized by John Arthur Wilson.
The Chemistry of Leather Manufacture. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1946;53(4):436. doi:10.1001/archderm.1946.01510330134015
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