Cellular adhesion on collagen: a simple method to select human basal keratinocytes which preserves their high growth capacity.

@article{Fortunel2011CellularAO,
  title={Cellular adhesion on collagen: a simple method to select human basal keratinocytes which preserves their high growth capacity.},
  author={Nicolas Olivier Fortunel and Loubna Chadli and Emilie Bourreau and Emmanuelle Cadio and Pierre Vaigot and M{\'e}lanie Marie and Nathalie Deshayes and Michelle Rathman-Josserand and Jacques Leclaire and Michele Tracey Martin},
  journal={European journal of dermatology : EJD},
  year={2011},
  volume={21 Suppl 2},
  pages={
          12-20
        }
}
The regenerative capacity of human interfollicular epidermis is closely linked to the potential of immature keratinocytes present within its basal layer. The availability of selection methods and culture systems allowing precise assessment of basal keratinocyte characteristics is critical for increasing our knowledge of this cellular compartment. This report presents a multi-parametric comparative study of basal keratinocytes selected according to two different principles: 1) high adhesion… CONTINUE READING
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