epidermis


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Synonyms for epidermis

the tissue forming the external covering of the body

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In this study, we found that, in comparison with individuals from low altitudes, individuals from high altitudes have more folds in their dorsal skin, thinner dorsal epidermis, a greater number of secondary gill branches, and thinner gill epidermis with smaller blood vessels surrounded by a layer of pigment cells.
Over 21 months, the regenerated epidermis healed and remained stable even when subjected to mechanical stress.
They observed that the repair of the skin epidermis involves the activation of very different stem cells that react the same way to the emergency situation of the wound and have the power to completely restore the damaged tissue.
This RHE is histologically similar to the in vivo human epidermis.
5 min after UVB irradiation, SOP cream was applied evenly on the epidermis of the foreskin by using a sterile cotton swab.
Hyperkeratosis with atrophic epidermis and basal cell vacuolation was seen in all cases of DLE, Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) and Atrophic Lichen planus (ALP).
The dermal system of Piper leaves is usually described as formed by a unisseriate epidermis and the adjacent cell layers, called hypodermis (Yuncker, 1973; Vianna and Akisue, 1997; Nascimento and Vilhena-Potiguara, 1999; Cutter, 2002; Albiero et al.
Tissue engineers have been unable to grow epidermis with the functional barrier needed for drug testing, and have been further limited in producing an in vitro (lab) model for large-scale drug screening by the number of cells that can be grown from a single skin biopsy sample.
At gestational day18 histological examination of fetal skin from the control group revealed a well organized epidermis with distinct layers of closely packed cells.
The germative layer produces the main cells (keratinocyte) of the epidermis.
Correlation of reversal of aging changes, with decreased epidermal Fas expression and apoptosis, supports a role for Fas-mediated apoptosis in aging of human epidermis
These characteristics include reduced epicuticular wax deposits, a relatively low thickness of the epidermis and cuticle, lower phloem development, abundant intercellular spaces, rudimentary vascular bundles and deficient stomatal mechanisms (ROMANO; MARTINS-LOUCAO, 2003).
While all products work on the epidermis, serums work on both the dermis and epidermis meaning that it penetrates further and so gives a better result.
Epidermis The epidermis is the outer layer of the skin that is comprised of about 10-12 layers.