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cornified

 [kor´nĭ-fīd]
converted into keratin; see also keratinization.

ker·a·tin·ized

(ker'ă-ti-nīzd),
Having become keratinous.
Synonym(s): cornified
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In Neotomys, the cornified portion of the stomach is mostly restricted to the fornix ventricularis while in Irenomys and Euneomys there is more equal distribution between glandular and cornified squamous epithelial portions of the stomach (cf.
The inner root sheath had become continuous with the stratum corneum (forming a cornified cellular layer) above the level of the sebaceous gland and the outer root sheath is continuous with basal epithelium (Figure 6(f)).
Transglutaminase also plays integral role to activate the final step in the production of the mature fully cornified keratinocytes.
Dermatophytes invade keratinized tissue and are not able to penetrate the dead cornified layer of the epidermis.
Keratinocyte transglutaminase, TGase1, is essential to the formation of the cornified layer of the epidermis and is usually expressed during the latter stages of keratinocyte differentiation.
A hair grows from the papilla and with the exception of that point of generation is made up of dead, cornified cells.
The literature is lacking on the exact distribution of cornified cells during the estrus cycle upon exposure to E in adult fertile female rats.
The squamous epithelium of the mucosa may become thickened and cornified. The term pagetoid cells includes all discrete non-malpighian or abnormal malpighian intraepidermal cells that resemble cells of Paget disease occurring singly or in small groups in the squamous epithelium.
Envoplakin, a novel precursor of the cornified envelope that has homology to desmoplakin.
This type shows small cysts with cornified material with differentiation towards the infundibulum.