keratinocyte

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keratinocyte

[kə′rat·ən·ə‚sīt]
(histology)
A specialized epidermal cell that synthesizes keratin.
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The next step is to verify the results of this animal study of AlloDerm and cultured keratinocytes with a randomized clinical study.
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