Proliferative response to fluid injection in psoriatic and normal human epidermis

The British Journal of Dermatology
G L Grove

Abstract

Feulgen-DNA cytophotometry revealed that human epidermal cell proliferation is regulated at a pre-DNA synthetic phase and can be perturbed by mild trauma. Although uninvolved psoriatic skin appears clinically normal, its hypersensitivity indicates abnormal proliferative behaviour and may serve as a marker of latent disease.

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Jan 1, 1983·Progress in Histochemistry and Cytochemistry·B Henderson
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Cell Cycle
Cell Division Phases
Cytological Techniques
DNA, Double-Stranded
Epidermis
Intradermal Injection
Psoriasis
Skin

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