epidermal cell

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Noun1.epidermal cell - any of the cells making up the epidermis
epidermis, cuticle - the outer layer of the skin covering the exterior body surface of vertebrates
skin cell - any of the cells making up the skin
melanoblast - an epidermal cell that is a precursor of a melanocyte
melanocyte - a cell in the basal layer of the epidermis that produces melanin under the control of the melanocyte-stimulating hormone
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Fact.MR has announced the addition of the "Epidermal Cell sheets Market Forecast, Trend Analysis & Competition Tracking - Global Review 2018 to 2028"report to their offering.
An eight week, single-centre, the clinical study of Glycolic 10 Renew Overnight was conducted on 50 females, ages 35-64 as well as a 22-day clinical evaluation of epidermal cell proliferation was conducted on 35 females, concluded the company.
ophiocomae, two types of females were reported: an elongated type and an ovoid type, differing in overall shape, body size, and epidermal cell arrangement (Kozloff, 1969, 1992).
In this region, the epidermal cell of the secretory structure surrounded by polygonal cells to circular cells arranged in radiated form could be observed (Figure 1A).
Epidermal cell shapes in Plectranthus can either be polygonal, where they resemble polygons or sinuous, where they have many curved edges while midrib may be convex, concave, plain convex, biconvex, or concaveconvex [14].
CEAs are for instance derived from unpurified epidermal cell cultures that are thought to contain epidermal stem cells.
More recently, Otoide (2014) reported damages such as eroded epicuticular wax, epidermal cell alterations, plugged stomatal apertures, blurred epidermal surfaces, polluted cells, ruptured stomatal ledges and eroded cell walls observed on the leaf epidermis of Polyalthia longifolia, Digitaria gayana and Trianthemaportulacastrum growing very close to exhaust-pipes of power generators.
Cooperi alba was remarkable due to its high epidermal cell area and epidermal thickness, collected both from polluted as well as non-polluted site (Fig.
Hyperuricemia in psoriatic patients is due to increase in purine metabolism as a result of rapid epidermal cell turnover.3 Hyperuricemia in psoriatic patients is an accepted comorbidity,5 which predisposes patients to gouty arthritis and is now considered as an emerging risk factor for cardiovascular mortality and morbidity.6,7
The goal is to identify and characterize genetic changes that contribute to decreased epidermal cell function during the aging process, in hopes of identifying key therapeutic molecular targets that can promote skin health and function.
Microscopical examination of the leaf showed the presence of anomocytic stomata in which the guard cells are surrounded by epidermal cell that are not distinguishable from other epidermal cells as shown in Figure 2.
It has already been clearly established that the self-assembly method of tissue engineering produces a skin substitute that to a very high degree mimics the anatomy of human skin, with the formation of the four characteristic epidermal cell layers that express well-established keratinocyte differentiation markers and a basement membrane at the dermal-epidermal junction [26].