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Extracellular Matrix as a Regulator of Epidermal Stem Cell Fate
Epidermal stem cells reside within the specific anatomic location, called niche, which is a microenvironment that interacts with stem cells to regulate their fate. Regulation of many importantExpand
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Dermal papilla cells induce keratinocyte tubulogenesis in culture
The ability of dermal papilla (DP) cells to induce hair growth was reported in many studies. However, early stages of hair follicle development and signals that govern this process are poorlyExpand
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[Comparison of fibroblasts-like cell differentiation capacities of human bone marrow, adipose tissue, hair papilla and dermal fibroblasts].
We compared the morphology and differentiation characteristics of the human cells from bone marrow, adipose tissue, hair papilla and skin dermis. All cell types showed fibroblastic morphology.Expand
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Differentiation capacity of stromal fibroblast-like cells from human bone marrow, adipose tissue, hair follicle dermal papilla and derma
We compared the morphology and differentiation capacity of human stromal cells derived from bone marrow (BMSC), adipose tissue (ATSC), hair follicle dermal papilla (DPC) and dermal fibroblasts (DFb).Expand
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Tissue-engineered biological dressing accelerates skin wound healing in mice via formation of provisional connective tissue.
Despite recent advances in bioengineered therapies, wound healing remains a serious clinical problem. In acute full-thickness wounds, it is desirable to replace both the damaged dermis and epidermisExpand
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Hair Follicle Reconstruction and Stem Cells
De novo hair follicle (HF) formation in embryonic skin and hair growth in postnatal skin are the result of epithelial-mesenchymal interactions between specialized mesenchymal dermal papilla (DP) andExpand
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Proliferation of K19+ human epidermal keratinocytes in vitro
406 The niche of epithelial stem cells of epidermis is situated in the upper part of the hair follicle referred to as the bulge. Numerous studies have shown that the cells in this region areExpand
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Population Structure of in Vitro Cultured Keratinocytes
Analysis of behavior of isolated epidermal keratinocytes demonstrated two dominant processes within the first two days of cultivation: formation of cell aggregates and their adhesion to theExpand
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Transglutaminase 3: The Involvement in Epithelial Differentiation and Cancer
Transglutaminases (TGMs) contribute to the formation of rigid, insoluble macromolecular complexes, which are essential for the epidermis and hair follicles to perform protective and barrier functionsExpand
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Preservation of a specialized phenotype of dermal papilla cells of a human hair follicle under cultivation conditions
Possible ways to extend cultivation of dermal papilla cells without the loss of expression of their specific markers were studied. The effect of extracellular matrix components, as well as valproicExpand