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The role of keratin proteins and their genes in the growth, structure and properties of hair.
The importance of wool in the textile industry has inspired extensive research into its structure since the 1960s. Over the past several years, however, the hair follicle has increased inExpand
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Hair follicle differentiation and regulation.
  • G. Rogers
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The International journal of developmental…
  • 2004
Ten years ago, Hardy (1992) wrote a timely review on the major features of hair follicle development and hair growth which she referred to as a secret life. Many of these secrets are now beingExpand
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ELECTRON MICROSCOPE STUDIES OF HAIR AND WOOL
  • G. Rogers
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
  • 1 November 1959
The microfibril, a macromolecular particle approximately 60 in diameter and probably several microns in length, is now regarded as the fibrous unit of stiucture of a-keratins. These microfibrils canExpand
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AN ELECTRON MICROSCOPE STUDY OF THE FINE STRUCTURE OF FEATHER KERATIN
Thin sections of the rachis of regenerating follicles of pigmented fowl feathers and of mature non-pigmented seagull feather rachis, embedded in methacrylate and Araldite respectively, were studiedExpand
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Avian keratin genes. I. A molecular analysis of the structure and expression of a group of feather keratin genes.
The nucleotide sequence of the four complete chicken feather keratin genes A to D contained in the previously isolated recombinant lambda CFK1 has been determined. All four genes have a very similarExpand
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Electron microscopy of wool.
  • G. Rogers
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of ultrastructure research
  • 1 March 1959
By the use of Araldite as an embedding medium, ultra-thin sections of fully-keratinised wool fibres have been obtained suitable for high-resolution electron microscopy. The bilateral structure of theExpand
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Feather Keratin: Composition, Structure and Biogenesis
The proteins of feather become soluble when they are treated with a combination of a disulphide bond-breaking reagent and a protein denaturant. The disulphide bonds of feather keratin have beenExpand
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Biology of the wool follicle: an excursion into a unique tissue interaction system waiting to be re‐discovered
  • G. Rogers
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Experimental dermatology
  • 1 December 2006
Abstract:  Wool fibres are hairs and the term ‘wool’ is usually restricted to describe the fine curly hairs that constitute the fleece produced by sheep. In a broader sense, it can be used toExpand
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Avian keratin genes. II. Chromosomal arrangement and close linkage of three gene families.
We describe the isolation and characterization of a set of overlapping cosmid clones that contain chicken keratin genes. The 100 kb (1 kb = 10(3) base-pairs) of DNA represented in these clonesExpand
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The enzymic derivation of citrulline residues from arginine residues in situ during the biosynthesis of hair proteins that are cross-linked by isopeptide bonds.
An enzymic activity present in hair follicles is described that can convert arginine residues to citrulline residues in proteins in situ. The Ca2+ dependent enzyme activity has been detected in hairExpand
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