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The impact of intrinsic ageing on the protein composition of the dermal-epidermal junction. / Langton, AK; Halai, Poonam; Griffiths, CEM; Sherratt, Michael J; Watson, Rachel EB.

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title = "The impact of intrinsic ageing on the protein composition of the dermal-epidermal junction.",
abstract = "The dermal-epidermal junction of human skin exhibits age-related remodelling, resulting in a flattened appearance and reduced surface area. Despite this, a paucity of information is available regarding which protein components change with advancing age. Here we report a significant reduction in the protein distribution of collagen IV (P",
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author = "AK Langton and Poonam Halai and CEM Griffiths and Sherratt, {Michael J} and Watson, {Rachel EB}",
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doi = "10.1016/j.mad.2016.03.006",
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