Behavior of Pigment Cells

Aaron B. Lerner
1980 Journal of Investigative Dermatology  
Melanocytes are multidendritic cells derived from the neural crest. They are located at the epidermal-dermal junction; around hair bulbs; and in the oral cavity, nasal pharynx, esophagus, inner ears eyes, and leptomeninges. There has been an enormous amount of research with melanocytes in vivo and in vitro, and the literature on pigment cells is extensive. The
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