stratum basale epidermidis

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strat·um ba·sa·le ep·i·derm·i·dis

the deepest layer of the epidermis, composed of dividing stem cells and anchoring cells.

stra·tum ba·sa·le ep·i·derm·i·dis

(strā'tŭm bā-sā'lē ep-i-dĕrm'i-dis)
The deepest layer of the epidermis, composed of dividing stem cells and anchoring cells.
Synonym(s): stratum basale (2) .

stra·tum ba·sa·le ep·i·derm·i·dis

(strā'tŭm bā-sa'lē ep-i-dĕrm'i-dis)
The deepest layer of the epidermis, composed of dividing stem cells and anchoring cells.
Synonym(s): basal cell layer, stratum basale (2) .
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