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Cell migration in wool follicles of sheep
Journal of Cell Science
The migration of cells in wool follicles was studied by autoradiography of skin biopsies taken at half-day intervals from 2 to 5 days after intradermal injections of tritiated thymidine in 8 Corriedale sheep on different planes of nutrition. Cell migration rates were not the same in all follicles. Therefore, the shortest and longest times for cells to migrate to defined levels in the follicles were determined. Cells of the inner root sheath moved up the proximal part of some follicles ahead ofpmid:5148017 fatcat:fjs25csukjeubaowrjiwto6x6y