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Skin's Identity Crisis

News   Nov 12, 2018 | Original story from the Centre for Genomic Regulation

 
Dermal Fibroblasts Gain Adipogenic Traits with Age

Skin of a young mouse. The image shows a cross section of the skin with the fibroblasts indicated in green. The thickness of the dermis of fibroblasts is much greater in young skin than in aged skin-cell nuclei, in blue (M Salzer, IRB Barcelona). Image credit: Centre for Genomic Regulation

 
 
 

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