Application of retinol to human skin in vivo induces epidermal hyperplasia and cellular retinoid binding proteins characteristic of retinoic acid but without measurable retinoic acid levels or irritation

S. Kang, E. A. Duell, G. J. Fisher, S. C. Datta, Z. Q. Wang, A. P. Reddy, A. Tavakkol, J. Y. Yi, C. E.M. Griffiths, J. T. Elder, J. J. Voorhees

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