CD98, a novel marker of transient amplifying human keratinocytes

  title={CD98, a novel marker of transient amplifying human keratinocytes},
  author={G. Lema{\^i}tre and F. Gonnet and P. Vaigot and X. Gidrol and M. Martin and J. Tortajada and G. Waksman},
  • G. Lemaître, F. Gonnet, +4 authors G. Waksman
  • Published 2005
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Identification of plasma membrane markers of basal keratinocytes is essential for sorting basal cells and, subsequently, adult epidermal stem cells. In this study, we isolated caveolin‐1‐enriched microdomains from human HaCaT keratinocytes and identified proteins representing potential cell surface markers of the epidermis by a proteomic approach. The purification of this caveolae domain allowed us to characterize 53 proteins of which 26% were transmembrane and 32% associated‐membrane proteins… CONTINUE READING
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