The topological structure of connexin 26 and its distribution compared to connexin 32 in hepatic gap junctions

@article{Zhang1994TheTS,
  title={The topological structure of connexin 26 and its distribution compared to connexin 32 in hepatic gap junctions},
  author={Jie Zhang and Bruce J Nicholson},
  journal={The Journal of Membrane Biology},
  year={1994},
  volume={139},
  pages={15-29}
}
Of the gap junction proteins characterized to date, Cx26 is unique in that it is usually expressed in conjunction with other members of the family, typically Cx32 (liver [Nicholson et al., Nature 329:732–734, 1987], pancreas, kidney, and stomach [J.-T. Zhang, B.J. Nicholson, J. Cell Biol. 109:3391–3410, 1989]), or Cx43 (leptomeninges [D.C. Spray et al., Brain Res. 568:1–14, 1991] and pineal gland [J.C. Sáez et al., Brain Res. 568:265–275,1991]). We have used specific antisera both to… CONTINUE READING

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