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Hair follicle regeneration by undamaged cells (red, left panel) is delayed by the presence of damaged cells (arrows, right panel).  Damaged cells are maintained because of the absence of p53 (right panel).

Credit: Yaroslava Ruzankina, PhD; David Schoppy; Eric Brown, PhD, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine

Hair follicle regeneration by undamaged cells (red, left panel) is delayed by the presence of damaged cells (arrows, right panel).  Damaged cells are maintained because of the absence of p53 (right panel). (Yaroslava Ruzankina, PhD; David Schoppy; Eric Brown, PhD, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine)
 


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