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The regulation of cell numbers in epidermis


, : The regulation of cell numbers in epidermis. Acta Path Et Microbiol Scand Suppl 148: 91-96

A cybernetic analysis of the working hypothesis: "There exists in epidermis a homeostatic regulation mechanism operating in close connection with cell respiration. Cancerization may involve some damage to the mitochondria and thereby disturb the regulatory mechanism.".

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