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Cytokeratins in Intracranial and Intraspinal Tissues

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1. 1 The Cytokeratins as a Member of the Intermediate Filament Protein Family Intermediate filaments together with microtubules an... Lire la suite
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1. 1 The Cytokeratins as a Member of the Intermediate Filament Protein Family Intermediate filaments together with microtubules and actin microfilaments make up the filamentous cytoskeleton found in the cytoplasm of vertebrate cells. Recently, intermediate filament proteins have also been described in invertebrates, but their chemistry is not yet known (for review see Biessmann and Walter 1989). These filaments (about 10 nm in diameter) used to be categorized into five classes - cytokeratin, vimentin, desmin, glial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP), and neurofilaments (NFs). The expression of these proteins follows differentiation-dependent rules: cytokeratins occur in epi thelial cells, NF proteins are expressed in neurons, GFAP in astrocytes and some nonglial cells, desmin in smooth muscle cells and in striated myocytes, and vimentin in mesenchymal cells (for review see Lazarides 1980; Osborn and Weber 1983). Recent investigations including deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) and protein sequencing and peptide mapping have redefined the intermediate filaments into five types or subfamilies (type I, acidic cytokeratins; type II, basic cytokeratins; type III, vimentin, desmin, peripherin, and GFAP; type IV, the three NF proteins; and type V, the nuclear lamins (for review see Nagle 1988). A new type VI intermediate filament protein, nestin, has been described in the developing nervous system (Lendahl et al. 1990), and is initially co expressed with vimentin in neuroepithelial stem cells (Steinert and Liem 1990). The cytokeratins are the most complex subgroup of intermediate filament proteins.

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1 Introduction.- 1.1 The Cytokeratins as a Member of the Intermediate Filament Protein Family.- 1.2 Coexpression of Intermediate Filaments.- 1.3 The Aim of This Study.- 2 Methodological Aspects.- 3 Fetal Development of Neuroectodermal Structures.- 4 Choroid Plexus and Ependyma.- 5 The Subcommissural Organ.- 6 Ciliary and Retinal Pigment Epithelia of the Eye.- 7 Heterogeneity in the Immunolocalization of Cytokeratin-Specific Monoclonal Antibodies in Neuroectodermal Structures.- 8 The Arachnoidea.- 9 Pituitary Gland Epithelia and Adenomas.- 9.1 Endocrine Cells and Pituitary Adenomas.- 9.2 Folliculostellate Cells and Rathke's Cysts.- 10 Cytokeratin in Glial Cells and in Tumors of Glial Origin.- 11 Cytokeratins in Nerve Cells.- 12 Neural Crest Derivatives.- 13 Cytokeratin Expression in Tumors of Neuroectodermal Origin.- 14 Implications on Cell Function and Differentation.- 15 Conclusions.- 16 Summary.- Refference.- Note Added in proof.

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Titre: Cytokeratins in Intracranial and Intraspinal Tissues
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Code EAN: 9783540551614
ISBN: 978-3-540-55161-4
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Editeur: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: Biologie
nombre de pages: 92
Poids: 172g
Taille: H242mm x B170mm x T5mm
Année: 1992

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