Content - Volume 60, Issue 2
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Iron (totalling 7.5 mg per mouse in three doses) was injected into hairless mice to determine the relationship between skin pigmentation and hemosiderin deposition. The skin color reached its maximum 24 to 48 hours after the last injection and then gradually faded over the subsequent 8 months. In the skin, hemosiderin granules were present extracellularly between collagen bundles as well as within ...