FIGURE 3.2c Structure of the epidermis and underlying region. (a) Epidermal cells and layers. (b) Melanin production and transfer. (c) Langerhans cells (microscope view). (Sources of images below. Used with permission.)

 

                                                                         (c)  Langerhans cells (microscope view)              

 

                         

 

 

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Date 15 March 2010, 11:35

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