Human Hair Follicle: An Update on Biology and Perspectives in Hair Growth Disorders Treatment

@inproceedings{Vii2014HumanHF,
  title={Human Hair Follicle: An Update on Biology and Perspectives in Hair Growth Disorders Treatment},
  author={Marijana Vi{\"A}i{\"A} and I. Brajac and D. Peri{\vs}a and M. Ka{\vs}telan},
  year={2014}
}
  • Marijana ViÄiÄ, I. Brajac, +1 author M. Kaštelan
  • Published 2014
  • Biology
  • The Hair Follicle (HF) is a vital component of mammalian skin and represents a unique, highly regenerative system that undergoes phases of rapid growth, regression, and resting periods. The hair cycling is of profound clinical relevance since majority of the hair growth disorders occur as a result of cycle changes. The influence of many molecules governing the formation of HF has been investigated and many of important cycle mediators have been identified. Cellular and molecular events during… CONTINUE READING
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