Genetic and developmental mechanisms underlying adaptive human sweat, hair, and mammary traits.
Genetic and cellular interactions controlling identity, differentiation, and patterning of the eccrine sweat gland.
Mechanisms of formation, action, and functional divergence of skin appendage mesenchymal niches.
Regeneration of human eccrine sweat glands.
Hair and sweat glands in mouse feet
EDEN - mesenchymal niche of the developing eccrine sweat gland
Developmental transcriptomes of the eccrine sweat gland epidermal program and its mesenchymal niche
IF on adult human skin showing sweat gland secretory coils
Section of adult human skin showing mautre eccrine sweat gland
IF on developing human scalp skin showing eccrine sweat gland primordia next to mature hair follicle
Section of transgenic mouse skin showing enhancer activity in eccrine forming epidermis
Expression of the eccrine identity determinant En1 in eccrine forming epidermis
Mouse mammary gland tree with terminal end buds branching into the fat pad niche
Section of developing human skin showing eccrine primordium and associated EDEN niche (yellow)
Human finger print with circular voids demarcating the openings of eccrine sweat glands
Regulatory divergence explains the evolution of the human sweat gland phenotype
Stained section of rhesus macaque skin with multiple hair follicles and a single eccrine sweat glan
Mature mouse eccrine glands in the ventral paw pads