Biotransformation of some steroids by aspergillus wentii

As you can see in the skin diagram, many structures are embedded in the dermis including:

  • blood vessels
  • lymphatic capillaries and vessels
  • sweat glands and their ducts
  • sebaceous glands
  • sensory nerve endings
  • the arrectores pilorum (or arrector pilli), involuntary muscles are sometimes activated in cold weather to give "goose bumps"
  • hair follicles, hair bulbs and hair roots.
Hypodermis or subcutaneous layer This is the deepest of the layers of skin, and is located on the bottom of the skin diagram. It connects or binds the dermis above it to the underlying organs. This layer is mainly composed of loose fibrous connective tissue and fat (adipose) cells interlaced with blood vessels. In females, the hypodermis is generally about 8% thicker than in males. The main functions of the hypodermis include insulation, storing of lipids, cushioning of the body and temperature regulation. Skin functions
  • Protects the body against physical injury.
  • Provides some protection for the body against numerous pathogenic microbes and chemical agents.
  • Helps to restrict fluid and water loss.
  • Helps to prevent excessive water absorption by imparting water resistance to the skin.
  • Is involved in temperature regulation of the body.
  • Is the body’s main sensory organ for temperature, pressure, touch and pain.
  • Provides protection from UV light.
  • Plays a key role in metabolism, including vitamin D synthesis and biotransformation of some chemicals. Lack of vitamin D can lead to soft bones and many associated problems.

Many people do not realize how much the skin does. As can be seen in the diagram of skin, your skin is a complex and important organ. It is also the largest organ in the body.

Exposure to bifenthrin can be achieved either by skin contact or ingestion. Skin contact is not toxic, apart from a slight tingling sensation on the specific location of contact. Ingestion is toxic, although only slightly. Commercially available bifenthrin (Ortho Home Defense Max, for example), however, can induce toxic effects in those concentrations, because the added chemicals which improve the sustainability either potentiate bifenthrin or are toxic on their own. Symptoms of excessive exposure are nausea, headaches, hypersensitivity for touch and sound, and irritation of the skin and the eyes. [14]

Biotransformation of some steroids by aspergillus wentii

biotransformation of some steroids by aspergillus wentii

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