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an·a·gen

 (ăn′ə-jən)
n.
The growth phase in the hair growth cycle during which a newly formed hair continues to grow. It is generally the longest phase and is followed by catagen.
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Most common cutaneous side effect which developed in 10 patients after varying duration of starting chemotherapy was alopecia, both anagen and telogen effluvium, with multiple drugs as suspected causative gents.
Research indicates that inhibiting the JAK-STAT signaling pathway induces anagen and subsequent hair growth, but activating STAT 5 in the dermal papilla is also important to induce the growth phase of the hair follicle, according to Dr.
After the wool follicles become mature and active, it undergoes three regular periods termed anagen, catagen and telogen in a yearly cycle [2].
shedding during anagen IV where the new hair pushes out the old hair.
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