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Activation of cAMP-dependent protein kinase is required for optimal alpha-melanocyte-stimulating hormone-induced pigmentation.Academic Article Why?
Alpha-melanocyte stimulating hormone-induced pigmentation is blocked by depletion of protein kinase C.Academic Article Why?
Dedicated epithelial recipient cells determine pigmentation patterns.Academic Article Why?
Efficient transgenesis mediated by pigmentation rescue in zebrafish.Academic Article Why?
Genetically determined ABCB5 functionality correlates with pigmentation phenotype and melanoma risk.Academic Article Why?
Localization of malanin pigmentation in the skin with Wood's lamp.Academic Article Why?
Mechanisms of ultraviolet light-induced pigmentation.Academic Article Why?
Oligonucleotide treatment increases eumelanogenesis, hair pigmentation and melanocortin-1 receptor expression in the hair follicle.Academic Article Why?
Temporal variations of skin pigmentation in C57BL/6 mice affect optical bioluminescence quantitation.Academic Article Why?
Topical application of a protein kinase C inhibitor reduces skin and hair pigmentation.Academic Article Why?
Topically applied diacylglycerols increase pigmentation in guinea pig skin.Academic Article Why?
Skin pigmentation. Current concepts and relevance to plastic surgery.Academic Article Why?
A pair of transmembrane receptors essential for the retention and pigmentation of hair.Academic Article Why?
SCF/c-kit signaling is required for cyclic regeneration of the hair pigmentation unit.Academic Article Why?
Tyrosinase: a central regulatory protein for cutaneous pigmentation.Academic Article Why?
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