Lectin histochemistry on the skin of hairless descendants of Mexican hairless dogs.

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The skin of hairless descendants of Mexican hairless dogs was investigated lectin-histochemically. Haired dogs were also used for comparative study. In the epidermis of infant pups, lectin staining revealed marked differences between hairless and haired dogs. Griffonia simplicifolia-I (GS-I) bound moderately to the cytoplasm of the stratum basale of… (More)

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@article{Miyazawa1994LectinHO, title={Lectin histochemistry on the skin of hairless descendants of Mexican hairless dogs.}, author={Masaaki Miyazawa and T. Kimura and Sawako Itagaki}, journal={Tissue & cell}, year={1994}, volume={26 1}, pages={19-27} }