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In this study, VDR is essential for the morphogenetic processes that control hair cycle progression and the cell division within the hair follicle. We identify VDR as a key regulator of catagen and show that the Vdr cKO phenotype results from diminished apoptosis of epithelial strand cells that are apoptotic in the HF during the catagen stage. This delay in the entrance of the HF into the anagen phase leads to alopecia and turns the HF into a dermal tumor composed of epidermal cells.
To investigate the role of VDR in the regulation of apoptosis during catagen, we conducted a comprehensive screen for putative VDR targets using functional annotation enrichment analysis. Compared to the control CO fibroblasts we found 268 genes that are stimulated by the unliganded VDR and decreased by activation of 1,25D. The majority of these genes are upregulated by fibroblasts from WT.
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