Fibroblasts

cell of connective tissue which form both the intercellular matrix and fibres.
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Fibroblasts

Body cells that develop into bone, cartilage and collagen cells.
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fibroblasts

Connective tissue cells which differentiate into chondroblasts, collagenoblasts, and osteoblasts. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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fibroblasts

fibroblasts Cells that are distributed widely throughout connective tissue which produce the precursor substances of collagen, the elastic fibers and reticular (network) fibers.
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Fibroblasts

cell of connective tissue which form both the intercellular matrix and fibres.
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fibroblasts

Plentiful in connective tissue throughout the body, including the dermis, these cells produce the collagen and elastin responsible for keeping skin pliant and springy. Topical retinoids ramp up collagen production in fibroblasts.
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Fibroblasts

Fibroblasts are the connective tissue cells of the body. They produce long strands of proteins that act as fibers in tissues. In the skin they produce collagen, reticulin and other elastic fibers. At the base of the hair follicle fibroblasts may help to preserve the 3-dimensional conformation of the dermal papilla.
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Fibroblasts

Cells that produce collagen and elastin which provide the structure of the middle layer of the skin called the dermis.
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Fibroblasts

cells that produce collagen, elastin and ground substance.
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