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The data presented in this study demonstrate that, in conjunction with motion, fine particles penetrate the stratum corneum and lodge in the epidermis, the anatomical location of the cutaneous antigen-presenting cell, the Langerhans cell.
Epidermis also has been identified from human coprolites.
Cellulation Technology is derived from a wound care application designed to penetrate the stratum corneum in a revolutionary way -- transporting large molecules across the outer skin barrier to penetrate into the epidermis.
Anatomical characters such as trichome density of abaxial surface, uniseriate trichome length of adaxial surface, uniseriate trichome length of abaxial surface, and trichome density of adaxial surface showed the highest (either positive or negative) correlations with PC1, and epidermis thickness of adaxial and abaxial surface showed the highest correlations with PC2.
The paper-thin epidermis is four skin-cell layers deep.
That's how long it takes for the outer layers, also known as the epidermis, to turn over.
Its unique neck nozzle allows you to select one of seven sun protection factors, depending on the heat of the sun - and your epidermis.
The skin is essentially made up of two layers: the epidermis and the dermis.
Revolutionary New Product Repairs Epidermis, Reverses DNA Damage Caused by Sun Exposure
Our lab has recently developed new methods to study by lineage tracing the cellular hierarchy that sustains homeostasis and repair of the epidermis and to identify distinct populations of SCs and progenitors ensuring mammary gland and prostate postnatal development.
The 1470 nm wavelength is used for delivering between 100 and 700 microns of coagulation to the epidermis and dermis, where solar damage exists.