Melanin. A pigment or a mode of racial discrimination?
Melanin is a natural pigment that provides color to your skin, hair, and eyes. It is produced by cells known as melanocytes. The production of Melanin is triggered by Melanin Stimulating Hormone released by the Pituitary gland. Melanin exists in two forms; Eumelanin and Pheomelanin. If the pigment is black to dark brown we call it Eumelanin and if ...