[Cytokeratins as markers of differentiation. Expression profiles in epithelia and epithelial tumors].

  • R. Moll
  • Published 1993 in Veroffentlichungen aus der Pathologie


Intermediate filaments (IFs; diameter, about 10 nm) are cytoplasmic cytoskeletal structures found in most vertebrate cells. Their protein subunits comprise a large multi-gene family of related proteins, which make it possible to divide IFs into seven separate classes whose expression is cell-type-dependent. The most important IF classes are cytokeratin (CK… (More)


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