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A dog with one copy of the gene will have a lighter coat, but a double merle, like Braille, has two copies of the gene, leaving their coat almost entirely white from a loss of pigmentation.
No pimples, no pigmentation, no wrinkles, no nothing.
Plus, there’s no immediate sun or air pollution exposure, which can attribute to further pigmentation and fine lines.
As the century progressed, and crayons increasingly provided easy pigmentation, coloring books became ubiquitous features of childhood.
Acne hyper-pigmentation can be prevented with a Retin-A topical, but can only be reversed and best treated with micro-needling or a pigmented laser.
This involves inhibiting an enzyme called Salt Inducible Kinase (SIK), which naturally suppresses pigmentation.
The recessive genetic condition, which limits the body's production of melanin and results in lack of pigmentation in skin, hair and eyes — often leading to skin cancer or eye damage — affects as many as 1 in every 1,400 people in Africa.
Leucism is a condition in which a reduction in melanin causes a partial loss of pigmentation in an animal resulting in white, pale, or patchy coloration of the skin, hair, feathers, scales or cuticle, Lowe said.
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