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The epidermis had normal morphology and we could not detect blisters, erosions, or epidermal detachment from the underlying dermis," they noted.
Defining stem cell dynamics and migration during wound healing in mouse skin epidermis," Nature Communications, February 2017 DOI: 10.
The Effect of Topical SOP on the Proportion of CPDs-Positive Cells in the Epidermis after UVB Irradiation.
The epidermis tissues were processed after infection for 2 days, 4 days, and 10 days.
Hyperkeratosis with atrophic epidermis and basal cell vacuolation was seen in all cases of DLE, Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) and Atrophic Lichen planus (ALP).
The dermal system of Piper leaves is usually described as formed by a unisseriate epidermis and the adjacent cell layers, called hypodermis (Yuncker, 1973; Vianna and Akisue, 1997; Nascimento and Vilhena-Potiguara, 1999; Cutter, 2002; Albiero et al.
Tissue engineers have been unable to grow epidermis with the functional barrier needed for drug testing, and have been further limited in producing an in vitro (lab) model for large-scale drug screening by the number of cells that can be grown from a single skin biopsy sample.
At gestational day18 histological examination of fetal skin from the control group revealed a well organized epidermis with distinct layers of closely packed cells.
The germative layer produces the main cells (keratinocyte) of the epidermis.
Se realizo el estudio de las caracteristicas de la epidermis foliar de seis especies de Bursera.
The thicknesses of the adaxial and abaxial surfaces epidermis and the phloem were measured using a Ken-a-vision 2100 light microscope equipped with a micrometric ocular and a 40x lens.