keratinocyte

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keratinocyte

[kə′rat·ən·ə‚sīt]
(histology)
A specialized epidermal cell that synthesizes keratin.
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This result was confirmed by cultured keratinocytes from AD patients [sup][42] and that from the noninvolved skin of AD patients.
A proinflammatory activity of interleukin 8 in human skin: expression of the inducible nitric oxide synthase in psoriatic lesions and cultured keratinocytes.
Regulation of vascular endothelial growth factor expression in cultured keratinocytes.
Enhanced membrane binding of autoantibodies to cultured keratinocytes of systemic lupus erythematosus.
Among allografts, those developed from lyophiized cultured keratinocytes are a lot more practical and don't appear to sacrifice patient outcomes, said Dr.
As plasminogen exists in human epidermal cells and cultured keratinocytes, it is thought to affect keratinocyte function and interaction.
There is lots of research going on," including stem cell therapy leading to fibroblast differentiation, grafting cultured keratinocytes onto skin, and intravenous collagen, she said.