Collagen type I, collagen type III, and versican in vocal fold lamina propria.

@article{Bhler2011CollagenTI,
  title={Collagen type I, collagen type III, and versican in vocal fold lamina propria.},
  author={Rog{\'e}rio Borghi B{\"u}hler and Luiz Ubirajara Sennes and Domingos Hiroshi Tsuji and Thais Mauad and Luiz Fernando Ferraz da Silva and Paulo Hil{\'a}rio Nascimento Saldiva},
  journal={Archives of otolaryngology--head \& neck surgery},
  year={2011},
  volume={137 6},
  pages={
          604-8
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To analyze the distributions of collagen type I, collagen type III, and versican in the lamina propria of the human vocal fold. DESIGN Cross-sectional analysis of cadaveric vocal folds of adult human larynges. SETTING Academic tertiary referral center. SUBJECTS Larynges harvested at autopsy from 10 adult men and 10 adult women. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES Immunohistochemical reactions were performed using antihuman monoclonal antibodies to analyze the expression of collagen type I… 

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