European Society for Comparative Skin Biology (ESCSB)
Association européenne de biologie comparée de la peau
1977, following initiative taken during a symposium in London (UK) on Comparative Biology of the Skin. Constitution approved at 1st scientific meeting of the society, 1978, London. Became affiliated, 1979, to B-XB2698 - International Union of Biological Sciences (IUBS). Ceased to exist 1998.
Promote interdisciplinary knowledge in fields of biology and medicine concerned with functional and morphological aspects of general and comparative biology of the integument, including that of lower animals, invertebrates and vertebrates.
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