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catagen

 [kat´ah-jen]
the brief portion of the hair cycle in which growth of the hair (anagen) stops and resting (telogen) begins.

cat·a·gen

(kat'ă-jen),
A regressing phase of the hair growth cycle during which cell proliferation ceases, the hair follicle shortens, and an anchored club hair is produced.

catagen

/cat·a·gen/ (kat´ah-jen) the brief portion in the hair cycle in which growth (anagen) stops and resting (telogen) starts.

catagen

(kăt′ə-jən)
n.
The transitional phase in the hair growth cycle, during which growth stops. It comes between anagen and telogen and is generally the shortest phase.

catagen

the brief portion of the hair cycle in which growth of the hair (anagen) stops and resting (telogen) begins.

cat·a·gen

(kat'ă-jen)
A regressing phase of the hair growth cycle during which cell proliferation ceases, the hair follicle shortens, and an anchored club hair is produced.

catagen

a transitional stage in the cycle of hair growth between active growth (anagen) and resting (telogen).
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2001), and the expression dramatically increases with the onset of catagen (Schlake et al.
The phases of hair cycle include anagen (86%), catagen (1%), telogen (13%).
The growth phase is the anagen phase, the transition phase is the catagen phase and the rest phase is the telogen phase.
A catagen root may exhibit the bulbous shape with a tag attached.