Susanne Rachow

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A variety of tight junction (TJ) proteins including claudins, occludin, tricellulin, zonula occludens-proteins and junctional adhesion molecules have been identified in complex localization patterns in mammalian epidermis. Their expression and/or localization is frequently altered in skin diseases including skin tumors. However, our understanding of the(More)
Tight junction (TJ) proteins are involved in a number of cellular functions, including paracellular barrier formation, cell polarization, differentiation, and proliferation. Altered expression of TJ proteins was reported in various epithelial tumors. Here, we used tissue samples of human cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma (SCC), its precursor tumors, as well(More)
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