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Henle's layer

Henle's layer
Transverse section of hair follicle.
Gray's subject #234 1068

Henle's layer is the third layer of the inner root sheath of the hair, consisting of a single layer of cubical cells with clear flattened nuclei. It is named after German physician, pathologist and anatomist Friedrich Gustav Jakob Henle.

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