S Pavlovic-Masnicosa

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Neurotrophins regulate cutaneous innervation, act as growth and motility factors on structural skin cells such as keratinocytes and fibroblasts, modulate cutaneous immune function and even serve as stress mediators in skin biology. The multilayered neurotrophin interaction with skin biology through high affinity specific tyrosinekinase receptors and the(More)
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