eleidin


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Related to eleidin: Filaggrin, hair bulb, keratohyalin, stratum lucidum, stratum granulosum, Desmosomes

eleidin

 [el-e´ĭ-din]
a substance, allied to keratin, found in the cells of the stratum lucidum of the skin.

e·le·i·din

(el-ē'ī-din),
A refractile and weakly staining keratin present in the cells of the stratum lucidum of the palmar and plantar epidermis.

eleidin

/el·e·i·din/ (el-e´ĭ-din) a substance, allied to keratin, found in the stratum lucidum of the skin.

eleidin

[əlē′ədin]
Etymology: Gk, elaia, olive tree
a transparent, proteinaceous substance resembling keratin, found in the outer stratum lucidum of the epidermis.

e·le·i·din

(ĕ-lē'i-din)
A refractile and weakly staining keratin present in the cells of the stratum lucidum of the palmar and plantar epidermis.

e·le·i·din

(ĕ-lē'i-din)
Refractile and weakly staining keratin in cells of the stratum lucidum of palmar and plantar epidermis.

eleidin

a substance, allied to keratin, found in the cells of the stratum lucidum of the skin.