Controls of hair follicle cycling.

@article{Stenn2001ControlsOH,
  title={Controls of hair follicle cycling.},
  author={Kurt S. Stenn and Ralf Paus},
  journal={Physiological reviews},
  year={2001},
  volume={81 1},
  pages={
          449-494
        }
}
Nearly 50 years ago, Chase published a review of hair cycling in which he detailed hair growth in the mouse and integrated hair biology with the biology of his day. In this review we have used Chase as our model and tried to put the adult hair follicle growth cycle in perspective. We have tried to sketch the adult hair follicle cycle, as we know it today and what needs to be known. Above all, we hope that this work will serve as an introduction to basic biologists who are looking for a defined… 

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