Earlier-born secondary hair follicles exhibit phenotypic plasticity.


The mouse pelage is composed of four distinct hair types. The fact that the follicles that generate these hair types form in successive waves during late embryonic development suggested the model that distinct epigenetic states of the inductive mesenchyme fixed when the follicles are formed specify the distinctive hair morphologies. This model is… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/exd.12608


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