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CELL. A small room in a prison. See Dungeon.

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Narisawa, "Proliferation and differentiation of organoid hair follicle cells co-cultured with fat cells in collagen gel matrix culture," British Journal of Dermatology, vol.
During ovarian development of female Eriocheir sinensis, PR-positive substances were detected mainly in follicle cells, germinal cytoplasm of early ovarian stages (stages I-III), and oocyte nuclei of later ovarian stages (stages III-V).
Yamauchi et al., "Cementum matrix formation in vivo by cultured dental follicle cells," Bone, vol.
Because the oocytes apices were free even in the ovary studied in October, the flat cells maybe abnormal vestiges of follicle cells.
They treated the grasshopper Oxya japonica with diflubenzuron and found a retardation of ovarian development causing an increase in the receptor tyrosine kinase present on the adjacent follicle cells. This localized signal from the oocyte to the follicle cells normally leads to dorsal follicle cell delimitation and orientation of the future dorsoventral axis of the embryo.
The follicle cells have vacuoles in their cytoplasm that are observed both under LM and EM (Fig.
A transgenic mouse was created that is hairier than other mice, and mice follicle cells were persuaded to grow hair after they were implanted in another animal, suggesting that a baldness cure might be possible.
Lavker and Sun plan to continue studying hair follicle cells, in part to explain why laboratory-induced skin tumors in mice usually seem to originate in the upper follicle but not the bulge itself.
Scientists have successfully conducted an experiment in which follicle cells transplanted from a man's scalp caused male hair to sprout from a woman's arm.
Cyoctol binds itself to the hair follicle cells, preventing the cells from binding with dihydrotestosterone (DHT), a male hormone.
During growth, the follicle cells divide to create the hair shaft.

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