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Normal human skin structure

All the articles about the structure of normal human skin and the functions of the its components

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Pilosebaceous follicles (Pilosebaceous follicles)

Friday 7 May 2010 by Michel Démarchez

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Sweat glands (Sweat glands)

Friday 7 May 2010 by Michel Démarchez

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Cutaneous nervous system (Skin innervation)

Friday 7 May 2010 by Michel Démarchez
Table of contents The cutaneous autonomic nervous system The cutaneous sensory nervous system Bibliography The nervous system is organised in central nervous system and peripheral nervous system. The central nervous system includes the brain, spinal cord and (...)


Hypodermis (Hypodermis)

Friday 7 May 2010 by Michel Démarchez

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Langerhans cell (Langerhans cell)

Tuesday 26 January 2010 by Michel Démarchez

Langerhans cells which represent 3-6% of all cells in the epidermis, are mobile, dendritic, antigen presenting cells with a stellate appearance which reside in the suprabasal layers of the epidermis wedged in between, and in close contact with keratinocytes. Langerhans cells are derived from a mobile pool of bone marrow -derived precursors and constitute, in normal epidermis, a stable self-reproducing cell population throughout life under steady-state conditions. LCs are antigen presenting cells that may play a role either in triggering cutaneous immune activation or in sustaining cutaneous immunological tolerance depending of the environmental context.



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