Stress Turns Hair Gray By Depleting Pigment-Producing Stem Cells
Stress Turns Hair Gray By Depleting Pigment-Producing Stem Cells
In mice, the fight-or-flight response overactivates the cells, causing a drop in their numbers, which leads to loss of hair color.
Stress Turns Hair Gray By Depleting Pigment-Producing Stem Cells
Stress Turns Hair Gray By Depleting Pigment-Producing Stem Cells

In mice, the fight-or-flight response overactivates the cells, causing a drop in their numbers, which leads to loss of hair color.

In mice, the fight-or-flight response overactivates the cells, causing a drop in their numbers, which leads to loss of hair color.

melanocyte stem cells
Image of the Day: Sun Burn
Image of the Day: Sun Burn
The Scientist Staff, The Scientist Staff | Oct 20, 2017
When certain melanocyte stem cells are exposed to UV rays, a molecular cascade can trigger melanoma, scientists find in mice.