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Androgenic Alopecia: Cross-Talk Between Cell Signal Transduction Pathways

By Anastasia Nesterova and Anton Yuryev

Submitted: April 19th 2016Reviewed: February 10th 2017Published: May 3rd 2017

DOI: 10.5772/67845

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Anastasia Nesterova and Anton Yuryev (May 3rd 2017). Androgenic Alopecia: Cross-Talk Between Cell Signal Transduction Pathways, Hair and Scalp Disorders Zekayi Kutlubay and Server Serdaroglu, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/67845. Available from:

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