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What are the 3 layers of the epidermis?

Basal (germinative) layer; intermediate layer; superficial peri dermal layer (derived from basal layer)

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Activation of what TF leads to development of the 3 layered epidermis?

p63

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What leads to formation of the intermediate layer?

Inactivation of p63 (blocked by miR-203)

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What are the derivatives of the intermediate layer?

Stratum Spinosum (loss of integrins attached to basal lamina and appearance of keratohyalin granules) and stratum granulosum (interconnected by fillagrin)

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What role does apoptosis play in epidermal development?

Postnatal layers of epidermis during sixth month; peri dermal cells undergo apoptosis

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Relate pattern of epidermal ridges to morphology of velar pads and timing of ridge formation.

Volar pads set the stage for the formation of epidermal ridges (occurs b/w 11-17 weeks); if a volar pad is high and round, the epidermal ridges for a whorl and if they pad is low, and arch results.

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Melanoblasts

From neural crest; migrate into dermis then to epidermis; produce pigment by mid-pregnancy

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Langerhan's cells

Derived from bone marrow; APCs

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Merkel cells

From neural crest; slow-adapting mechano-receptors

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Origin of dermal cells in the dorsal surface of the body

Mesenchyme from dermatome

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Origin of dermal cells on ventral and lateral surfaces of body

Mesenchyme from lateral plate mesoderm

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Origin of dermal cells from cranial and anterior neck

Mesenchyme mostly from cranial neural crest

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Signaling pathways leading to differentiation of dermal cells

Mesenchymal cells --> Dermal cells by Wnt; Dermal cells --> Dermo 1 and mesenchymal cells; mesenchymal cells --> fibroblasts

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Characteristics of dermal cells

Loosely aggregated; interconnected by tight junctions; secrete thin watery matrix rich in glycogen and HA

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Trunk Dermis

From somitic dermatomes; aggregated mesenchymal cells develop tight junctions

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Limb dermis origin

Lateral plate mesoderm

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Face and anterior neck origin

Neural crest

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Instructive induction

One germ layer instructs another on how to differentiate

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How is instructive induction demonstrated?

Ectoderm and mesenchyme are separated; abdominal ectoderm is combined w/ sole mesoderm - abdominal ectoderm differentiate as thickened skin typical of the sole; sole ecto and scalp meso are combined - ecto differentiates as scalp epidermis w/ hair

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What are commonalities of the epidermal derivatives?

Development involves ectodermal-mesodermal interactions and inductions; begin as epidermal down growths; Ectoderm contributes to: hair follicle, shaft, sebaceous glands, nails, eponychium, hyponychium, mammary glands. Mesenchyme contributes to: hair papilla, outer hair follicles and arrector muscles

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Developmental pathway for hair development (induction of ectodermal placode (thickening))

Wnt 1 induces Wnt 11; Wnt 11 and FGF from meso cause ecto to express Noggin; Eda from meso causes ecto to express Edar; Edar and Noggin in ecto block BMP; in inter follicular zones: Dickkopf blocks Wnt and BMP inhibits follicle development

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Induction of dermal papilla

Epidermal induction; expression of Shh via signaling pathway involving Edar receptor stimulates formation of dermal papilla below epidermal placode

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Induction of hair germ

Dermal induction; various inducers from dermal papilla along w/ Shh and Cyclin D1 in epidermal placode stimulate further down growth of proliferation of epidermal placode; final differentiation of hair primordial involves Hox genes

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Adult hair cycle

Anagen - growth; catagen - follicular regression; telogen - resting; exogen - shedding

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Inductive interactions in hair

4th month - primary nail field overlies mesenchymal nail bed and extend proximally as proximal matrix; Close to term - nail has grown close to the end of the fingertip, much of the nail is covered by thin eponychium, which will degenerate

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What are milk lines and how are they related to Wnt expression?

The line where mammary glands form; marked by various expressions of Wnt w/I the ectodermal cells

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Mammary gland development

Newborn; young adult - estrogen stimulation of duct growth; adult - progesterone stimulation of formation of secretory alveoli; lactating adult; adult after lactation

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What is testicular feminization and what is its relation to mammary gland development?

Genetic males lack testosterone receptors; develop breasts but can't respond to testosterone

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What role do neurogluin-3, Tbx-3, PTH, BMP-4, and Msx-2 play in mammary gland development?

BMP-4: stimulate downgrowth of mammillary epithelial bud and stimulate expression of Msx-2; Msx-2 inhibits formation of hair follicles in regression of nipple; PTH: increases sensitivity of underlying mesenchymal cells to BMP-4; Tbx-3: marks dorsi ventral location; neurogluin-3: induces mammary placode to form from ectodermal cells of the milk line

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What causes milk letdown?

Oxytocin release from posterior pituitary

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Cause of milk protein and fat synthesis?

Prolactin release from anterior pituitary

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Overall stimulator of prolactin and oxytocin release?

Neural stimulus from suckling

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Periderm

Single later of ectodermal cells; formed by the end of the first month