By Guy F. Webster, Anthony V. Rawlings
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179) analyzed the protein content of comedones and found both epidermal keratins and degraded keratins to be present in the comedones. Biochemical Changes in the Infundibulum During Comedogenesis The process of comedogenesis is thought to be due to hyperproliferation of ductal keratinocytes, inadequate separation of the ductal corneocytes, or a combination of both factors, resulting in microcomedones. Hyperproliferation of basal keratinocytes in acne has been demonstrated (180,181) and correlates with keratin 16 expression, a marker for hyperproliferation suprabasally (182).
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Acne and its therapy by Guy F. Webster, Anthony V. Rawlings