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Epidermis and serum protect retinol but not retinyl esters from sunlight-induced photodegradation.Academic Article Why?
Expansion of epidermal progenitors with high p63 phosphorylation during wound healing of mouse epidermis.Academic Article Why?
Interferon and the epidermis: implications for cellular senescence.Academic Article Why?
Modulations of nerve growth factor and Bcl-2 in ultraviolet-irradiated human epidermis.Academic Article Why?
Normal human epidermis contains an interferon-like protein.Academic Article Why?
Remodeling of three-dimensional organization of the nucleus during terminal keratinocyte differentiation in the epidermis.Academic Article Why?
Selective cultivation of human melanocytes from newborn and adult epidermis.Academic Article Why?
The thyroid hormone degrading type 3 deiodinase is the primary deiodinase active in murine epidermis.Academic Article Why?
Ultraviolet irradiation induces c-fos but not c-Ha-ras proto-oncogene expression in human epidermis.Academic Article Why?
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p53/p63/p73 in the epidermis in health and disease.Academic Article Why?
p63 regulates Satb1 to control tissue-specific chromatin remodeling during development of the epidermis.Academic Article Why?
Evidence for nerve growth factor-mediated paracrine effects in human epidermis.Academic Article Why?
Effect of chronologic aging and ultraviolet irradiation on Langerhans cells in human epidermis.Academic Article Why?
The senile epidermis: environmental influences on skin ageing and cutaneous carcinogenesis.Academic Article Why?
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