Molecular mechanisms of genetic disorders of keratinization.

Abstract

An attempt is made to organize our current knowledge about genetically determined disorders of keratinized tissue, which primarily affect the epidermal structural proteins. Type I defects are those involving a change in a single amino acid and are analogous to sickle cell anemia. Type II defects are associated with abnormal retention of a normal structural… (More)

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@article{Goldsmith1976MolecularMO, title={Molecular mechanisms of genetic disorders of keratinization.}, author={Lowell A. Goldsmith}, journal={Archives of dermatology}, year={1976}, volume={112 3}, pages={375-8} }