K S Stenn
Affiliation: Johnson and Johnson Pharmaceutical Research and Development
- Laboratory assessment of hair follicle growthK S Stenn
Skin Biology Research Center, Johnson and Johnson, Skillman, NJ 08558 9418, USA
Skin Pharmacol Appl Skin Physiol 12:154-7. 1999..The methods exploit in vivo, in vitro and ex vivo methodology. The challenge for the field remains to develop a purely in vitro system which reflects in detail the in vivo state...
- What controls hair follicle cycling?K S Stenn
Skin Biology Research Center, Johnson and Johnson Skillman, New Jersey, USA
Exp Dermatol 8:229-33; discussion 233-6. 1999..Since this question is at the very heart of basic and clinically applied hair biology, it deserves a much more systematic and serious public exploration, which the following contributions are designed to stimulate...
- Controls of hair follicle cyclingK S Stenn
Beauty Genome Sciences Inc, Skillman, New Jersey, USA
Physiol Rev 81:449-494. 2001..For the immediate future, our challenge is to define the molecular basis for hair follicle growth control, to regenerate a mature hair follicle in vitro from defined populations, and to offer real solutions to our patients' problems...
- Insights from the asebia mouse: a molecular sebaceous gland defect leading to cicatricial alopeciaK S Stenn
Juvenir Biosciences, Inc, Inc, Skillman, New Jersey 08558 9418, USA
J Cutan Pathol 28:445-7. 2001..In this paper the relevance of this mutant to human alopecias is discussed and the point emphasized that the pathogenesis of some forms of human cicatricial alopecia could involve the sebaceous gland...
- Scd3--a novel gene of the stearoyl-CoA desaturase family with restricted expression in skinY Zheng
Johnson and Johnson Skin Biology TRC, Grandview Road, Skillman, New Jersey 08558, USA
Genomics 71:182-91. 2001..Scd3 expression changes during the mouse hair cycle but not as dramatically as Scd1. The tissue-specific and sex-dependent expression of Scd3 suggests the presence of gene- and hormonal-specific control mechanisms...