Deciphering the molecular morphology of the human hair cycle: Wnt signalling during the telogen–anagen transformation

    September 2019 in “British Journal of Dermatology
    Nathan J Hawkshaw, Jonathan A. Hardman, Majid Alam, Francisco Jiménez, Ralf Paus
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    TLDR Wnt signaling is important for the change from the resting phase to the growth phase in human hair cycles.

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