1972 年 36 巻 1-2 号 p. 7-14
The author compared by TLC the increase and decrease of lipid, steroid, amine, and estrone in the hypodermic connective tissue with those in the liver caused by applying IR and UV to rats' skin.
In the connective tissue the variations were more remarkable than in the liver, and in some cases fatty acid and steroid were reduced notably, which was more prominently affected by IR irradiation than by UV.
On the other hand, in many cases they diminished in the liver, and, generally, they were more markedly influenced by UV.
In some instances the variations in the liver were reversed to those in the connective tissue.
It is thought this is caused by the metabolic relation between the liver and the connective tissue, or by the change of what the author assert regarding the connection between the hypodermic connective tissue and the internal organs by nucleic acid, mucopolysaccharide, ions, etc.