epidermis


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  • noun

Synonyms for epidermis

the tissue forming the external covering of the body

Synonyms for epidermis

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Mucous cells of the mantle were developed mainly from epidermis to connective tissue.
For a material with a protracted dissolution half-life to provide a concentration of beryllium in the epidermis sufficient to activate cutaneous immunity, BeO particles would have to colocalize with the Langerhans cell, the predominant antigen-presenting cell in the epidermis.
The unique qualities of plant epidermis soon became a focal point in dietary studies.
rd] Annual American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) Annual Meeting, are believed to be the first findings demonstrating the ability to deliver large molecules directly into the epidermis intact, without damage to the outermost layer of the skin.
Recent in vitro data have already demonstrated how it stimulates key proteins in the epidermis responsible for the barrier structure, leading to a new level of skin protection and regeneration.
Despite an overall thinning of the epidermis and focal areas of cytologic atypia, there was no morphologic evidence that the protective function of this tissue was compromised by age.
Epidermis The epidermis is the outer layer of the skin that is comprised of about 10-12 layers.
By reinforcing the cutaneous immune defenses and boosting the epidermis regeneration, use of a Thymulen[R]4 based serum results in a visible restoration of aging, mature skin.
It's true we constantly form new skin cells but mainly in the epidermis.
The epidermis surrounding the crater is acanthotic with hyperkeratosis.
It comprises three layers: the epidermis, or the outermost layer; the much thicker dermis; and the deeper subcutaneous (sub-cyoo-TAY-nee-us) layer.
KOH), and histologic and ultrastructural analyses of fixed skin indicated subspherical developing sporangia and flask-shaped mature sporangia within the superficial layer of the epidermis (Figure).
Clad in layers of insulation material and faced in horizontal strips of wood to modulate sound, the auditorium shell is suspended from the outer carapace, itself a layered composite structure of steel and concrete, finished with a 100mm thick coating of in-situ concrete underneath the copper epidermis.
But up close, the mosaics lose their context, as each float's epidermis is inlaid with meandering tributaries and eddies of moss, rice and dried flowers.