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KRTKnight Ridder/Tribune
KRTKhmer Rouge Trials
KRTKeratin
KRTKonocti Regional Trails (Lake County, CA)
KRTKnights of the Round Table (Diablo gaming guild)
KRTKogakuin Racing Team (Japan)
KRTKhartoum, Sudan - Civil (Airport Code)
KRTKleene's Recursion Theorem
KRTKia Racing Team (Philippines)
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Keratin Oil, Fish Oil Omega-3, and Snake Oil are available in convenient packs of 400ml at SR 12 ($3.
Notably, inherited keratin mutations causing type 2 pachyonychia congenita can produce EVHC along with a characteristic nail dystrophy, focal palmoplantar keratoderma, follicular keratosis, and multiple steatocysts.
As previously reported in EBS, immunostaining for keratin 14 is positive, outlining areas of cleavage within the basal cell layer of the skin.
The keratin degrading bacterial strains were isolated by enrichment culture technique.
Scientists have confirmed thatphosphorylation plays an important role in regulating the formation of keratin filament and cell cycle [25].
PC is caused due to keratin gene mutations involving KRT6a, KRT6b, KRT6c, KRT16, KRT17.
TRESemme hair professional Henri Calayag attests to the superiority of the TRESemme Keratin Smooth formula.
The formation of keratin in the anagen phase is essential for eyelash growth and density.
Rupture releases nonabsorbable keratin, irritating the surrounding tissue, which can lead to secondary foreign body reactions, granulomatous reactions, or abscess formation.
A large number of keratin transcripts were differentially expressed following repeated exposure to oxidative mediators, possibly being responsible for the observed differences in cellular migration.
Dubai - The Dubai Municipality has warned the public against using Keratin hair straightening products as it contains cancer causing substance formaldehyde above the permissible limit, Al Roeya reported.
A keratin horn is a horn-like projection composed of dense keratotic material.