Dr. Douglas E. Kelly

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Desmosomes of larval and post-metamorphic newt epidermis have been studied by freeze-fracture replication both with and without prior glutaraldehyde fixation. Characteristic particles of a diameter (70–130 Å) similar to that of typical membrane associated particles are found clustered on the exposed internal faces of adherent desmosomal membranes. They(More)
Hemidesmosomes along the dermal-epidermal junction of larval and post-metamorphic newt skin have been examined in freeze-fracture replica images correlated with electron micrographs of sectioned material. Larval hemidesmosomal sites are characterized by large (200–300 Å) intramembranous granules arranged into clusters, each of which is aligned with a(More)
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