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Smooth muscle alpha-actin is a marker for hair follicle dermis in vivo and in vitro.
- C. Jahoda, A. Reynolds, C. Chaponnier, J. Forester, G. Gabbiani
- Biology, Medicine
- Journal of cell science
- 1 July 1991
We have examined the expression of smooth muscle alpha-actin in hair follicles in situ, and in hair follicle dermal cells in culture by means of immunohistochemistry. Smooth muscle alpha-actin was… Expand
Plasticity of hair follicle dermal cells in wound healing and induction
Abstract: The capacity of adult hair follicle dermal cells to participate in new follicle induction and regeneration, and to elicit responses from diverse epithelial partners, demonstrates a level of… Expand
Trans-gender induction of hair follicles
- A. Reynolds, C. Lawrence, P. Cserhalmi-Friedman, A. Christiano, C. Jahoda
- Biology, Medicine
- 4 November 1999
Human follicle cells can be induced to grow in an incompatible host of the other sex.
Cultured dermal papilla cells induce follicle formation and hair growth by transdifferentiation of an adult epidermis.
Adult rat pelage follicle dermal papilla cells induced follicle neogenesis and external hair growth when associated with adult footpad skin epidermis. They thus demonstrated a capacity to completely… Expand
Hair follicle dermal sheath cells: unsung participants in wound healing
The dermal sheath that surrounds the outside of the hair follicle contains progenitor cells that maintain and regenerate the dermal papilla, a key component for hair growth. Our contention is that… Expand
Dermal-epidermal interactions. Adult follicle-derived cell populations and hair growth.
Intrinsic dermal-epidermal interactions are central to the development and growth of hair. This article describes investigations into the inductive properties of specific dermal and epidermal cell… Expand
Inductive Properties of Hair Follicle Cells
Subacute necrotising encephalopathy in an Alaskan husky.
- J. Wakshlag, A. de Lahunta, +7 authors A. Reynolds
- The Journal of small animal practice
- 1 December 1999
A 29-month-old female Alaskan husky was presented recumbent, tetraparetic and in a state of dementia, with blindness and cranial nerve deficits. The dog's progress was followed for over two months,… Expand
Principles of food sanitation
- A. Reynolds
Now in its 6th Edition, this highly acclaimed textbook provides sanitation information needed to ensure hygienic practices and safe food for food industry personnel as well as students. It addresses… Expand
Hair follicle stem cells? A distinct germinative epidermal cell population is activated in vitro by the presence of hair dermal papilla cells.
Germinative epidermal cells in the lower end bulb region of anagen hair follicles are highly active, and give rise to hair fibres through rapid proliferation and complex differentiation. They have… Expand