Type VII collagen forms an extended network of anchoring fibrils

@article{Keene1987TypeVC,
  title={Type VII collagen forms an extended network of anchoring fibrils},
  author={Douglas R. Keene and Lynn Y. Sakai and Gregory P Lunstrum and Nicholas P. Morris and Robert E. Burgeson},
  journal={The Journal of Cell Biology},
  year={1987},
  volume={104},
  pages={611 - 621}
}
Type VII collagen is one of the newly identified members of the collagen family. A variety of evidence, including ultrastructural immunolocalization, has previously shown that type VII collagen is a major structural component of anchoring fibrils, found immediately beneath the lamina densa of many epithelia. In the present study, ultrastructural immunolocalization with monoclonal and monospecific polyclonal antibodies to type VII collagen and with a monoclonal antibody to type IV collagen… CONTINUE READING

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These observations lead to the postulation of a multilayered network of anchoring fibrils and anchoring plaques which underlies the basal lamina of several anchoring fibril - containing tissues .
These observations lead to the postulation of a multilayered network of anchoring fibrils and anchoring plaques which underlies the basal lamina of several anchoring fibril - containing tissues .
These observations lead to the postulation of a multilayered network of anchoring fibrils and anchoring plaques which underlies the basal lamina of several anchoring fibril - containing tissues .
These observations lead to the postulation of a multilayered network of anchoring fibrils and anchoring plaques which underlies the basal lamina of several anchoring fibril - containing tissues .
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