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Positional Stability and Membrane Occupancy Define Skin Fibroblast Homeostasis In Vivo (Cell)
 




Skin fibroblasts maintain their position over time, but upon injury or during aging, they can extend spatially to compensate for neighboring cell loss as a homeostatic mechanism.


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