Melanocytes in vitro: how do they undergo mitosis?


Human melanocytes of the adult skin are slow-cycling cells with a highly dendritic morphology. Nevertheless in vitro proliferation can be achieved using adequate stimulators. Time lapse studies revealed the morphologic changes during melanocyte mitosis: dendrites are drawn back into the cell body, the cell becomes spherical and detaches from the support… (More)


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