Dr David Enshell-Seijffers – The Serine Protease Activity of Corin Is Required for Normal Pigment Type Switching

To the Editor The production and deposition of pigment in mouse skin are confined to the hair follicle and hair shaft, respectively. Hair pigmentation in mice involves the deposition of two types of pigment, black (eumelanin) and yellow (pheomelanin), in a very specific pattern (Barsh et al., 2000). Pigment, either black or yellow, is synthesized during…

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