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Contractile smooth muscle cells derived from hair-follicle stem cells

Demodex gatoi: New Species of Hair Follicle Mite (Acari: Demodecidae) from the Domestic Cat (Carnivora: Felidae)

Demodex injai: A New Species of Hair Follicle Mite (Acari: Demodecidae) from the Domestic Dog (Canidae)

Edar and Troy signalling pathways act redundantly to regulate initiation of hair follicle development

Toluene Diisocyanate (TDI) Disposition and Co-Localization of Immune Cells in Hair Follicles

An in vitro model of dermatophyte invasion of the human hair follicle

Sparse and Wavy Hair: A New Model for Hypoplasia of Hair Follicle and Mammary Glands on Rat Chromosome 17

Demodex sinocricetuli: New Species of Hair Follicle Mite (Acari: Demodecidae) from the Chinese Form of the Striped Hamster, Cricetulus barabensis (Rodentia: Muridae)

The dog mite, Demodex canis: Prevalence, fungal co-infection, reactions to light, and hair follicle apoptosis

Requirement of the forkhead gene Foxe1, a target of sonic hedgehog signaling, in hair follicle morphogenesis

Inducible mEDA-A1 transgene mediates sebaceous gland hyperplasia and differential formation of two types of mouse hair follicles

Isolation and Molecular Cloning of Epidermal- and Hair Follicle-Specific Peptidylarginine Deiminase (Type III) from Rat

Biomarkers of DNA damage in patients with end‐stage renal disease: mitochondrial DNA mutation in hair follicles

The in Vivo Effect of the Tumor Promoter 12-O-Tetradecanoylphorbol-13-acetate on N-Methyl-N-nitrosourea-Induced Apoptosis in Mouse Hair Follicles

 

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A narrow tubular depression in mammalian skin containing the root of a hair. It is lined with epidermal cells and extends down through the epidermis and dermis to its base in the subcutaneous tissue. The ducts of sebaceous glands empty into hair follicles.

Subjects: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery — Biological Sciences.


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