Definition of Cornification. Meaning of Cornification. Synonyms of Cornification

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Definition of Cornification

Cornification
Cornification Cor`ni*fi*ca"tion (k?r`n?-f?-k?"sh?n), n. Conversion into, or formation of, horn; a becoming like horn.

Meaning of Cornification from wikipedia

- filaments. Cornification is the process of forming an epidermal barrier in stratified squamous epithelial tissue. At the cellular level, cornification is characterised...
- profilaggrin, loricrin and trichohyalin proteins which contribute to cornification or keratinization, the process of the formation of epidermal cornified...
- functionally serve as teeth. They develop, unlike osseous teeth, through cornification from the epithelium of the oral mucosa. They occur in several forms:...
- genes encoding proteins involved in the terminal differentiation and cornification of keratinocytes, the primary cell type of the epidermis. In humans...
- surface in a journey that takes approximately fourteen days. During cornification, the process whereby living keratinocytes are transformed into non-living...
- compared to the scales of other vertebrates. They are likely derived from cornification processes or stunted fur much like avian reticulae are derived from...
- Saskia; Tschachler, Erwin; Declercq, Wim (2013-12-01). "Cell death by cornification". Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Molecular Cell Research. 1833...
- the skin. Keratinization is part of the physical barrier formation (cornification), in which the keratinocytes produce more and more keratin and undergo...
- keratinocytes and have functions related to squamous differentiation and cornification. The dermis is the layer of skin beneath the epidermis that consists...
- is greater than 6 centimeters. Significant skin alterations, such as cornification or keratosis, cysts and/or fistulae, are present. Additionally, the...
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