Direct effects of serotonin and ketanserin on the functional morphology of embryonic chick skin in vitro


Different organotypical culture methods are used to test the direct effects of serotonin and ketanserin, a S2, α1, and H1 receptor antagonist in vascular tissue, on fibroblasts and epidermal cells of embryonic chick skin in vitro. From light microscopic and electron microscopic analyses, we learn that serotonin enhances keratinization and differentiation… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02624005


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