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Where are keratinized cells found in the body?
A. Sweat and sebaceous glands
B. Hair and nails
C. Capillaries and nerve fibers
D. The subcutaneous layer of the skin

i think d

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    To the extent of my knowledge.

    B is the correct answer.

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    In addition to my first answer.
    Here is a GOOGLE search on the subject.

    During development, the embryo contains keratinized cells in a number of places. One unique spot is in the lining of the esophagus, which is normally not keratinized in adults. In adults, keratinized cells form the topmost layer of the skin (the stratum corneum of the epidermis).

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    thanks!

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