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  • noun Plural form of keratinocyte.

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  • All these inert cells, called keratinocytes, overlap like thin shingles on a roof, with pores the ducts for hair follicles and sweat glands interspersed among them.

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  • All these inert cells, called keratinocytes, overlap like thin shingles on a roof, with pores the ducts for hair follicles and sweat glands interspersed among them.

    Simple Skin Beauty

  • All these inert cells, called keratinocytes, overlap like thin shingles on a roof, with pores the ducts for hair follicles and sweat glands interspersed among them.

    Simple Skin Beauty

  • The melanin is dispersed to neighboring skin cells, known as keratinocytes, and acts as a natural sunscreen that provides some protection against the ultraviolet (UV) radiation in sunlight.

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  • The melanin is dispersed to neighboring skin cells, known as keratinocytes, and acts as a natural sunscreen that provides some protection against the ultraviolet (UV) radiation in sunlight.

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  • The skin cell spray is produced by dissolving cells from pieces of skin and then separating cell types such as keratinocytes and fibroblasts.

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  • Budgeon LR, Christensen ND (2006) Human papillomaviruses bind a basal extracellular matrix component secreted by keratinocytes which is distinct from a membrane-associated receptor.

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  • The cultivation of epidermal keratinocytes elaborated in his laboratory permitted the first use of cultured cells for the treatment of human disease.

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  • It is also composed of many different types of cells, such as fibroblasts, keratinocytes, as well as messengers such as hormones, neuropeptides, and neurotransmitters.

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  • More specifically, it prevents the excessive production of keratinocytes (95% of the skin is made of keratinocytes) by inhibiting DNA synthesis (the process by which cells reproduce).

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