*  Histomorphometrical and ultrastructural study of the effects of carbendazim on the magnum of the Japanese quail (Coturnix...
Desmosomes linking adjacent cells were intact. No degenerative changes were seen in the basal lamina. The lamina was ... Desmosomes linked adjacent epithelial cells along the lateral plasma membranes (Figure 7b). ... The basal lamina contained a lamina lucida on the epithelial aspect and a lamina densa on the side adjacent lamina propria- ... Desmosomes, which were observed along the lateral plasma membrane, were intact. The epithelial cells rested on the basal lamina ...
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*  T84 ATCC ® CCL-248™ Homo sapiens colon; derived from metast
This line exhibits tight junctions, and desmosomes between adjacent cells.. The cells are positive for keratin by ... These cells grow to confluence as monolayers and exhibit tight junctions and desmosomes between adjacent cells. ...
  https://www.atcc.org/en/Products/Cells_and_Microorganisms/By_Tissue/Colon/CCL-248.aspx
*  Cytoskeleton - encyclopedia article - Citizendium
Intermediate filaments are in a perinuclear network which has peripheral extensions to desmosome-like junctions with adjacent ... and intermediate filaments connect adjacent cells through desmosomes. The cytoskeleton of mammalian Sertoli cells is one of the ...
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*  Cardiovascular System - Fung Flashcards by Stephanie Rogers | Brainscape
4. Disease is related to defective cell adhesion proteins in the desmosomes that link adjacent myocytes ... 2. arrhythmia normally occurs at a site distant from the conduction system such as adjacent to scars of previous MI's ...
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*  Histology Flashcards by Christine Joyce | Brainscape
What protein binds adjacent cells in Macula adherens (desmosomes) desmogleins and desmocollins (DESMOsomes = DESMOgleins & ... proteins encircle cell --> joins it to adjacent cells - E-cadherin binds adjacent cells which attaches to actin filaments ... below desmosomes - all along lateral surface. FUNCTION. - communicating junctions. STRUCTURAL MOLECULAR FEATURES - connexon ... network of proteins encircle cell --> seals it to membranes of adjacent cells ...
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*  Stratified epithelium, light micrograph - Stock Image C028/6629 - Science Photo Library
These are desmosome tight junctions that bind adjacent cells together and prevent cell separation. Magnification x600 when ... These are desmosome tight junctions that bind adjacent cells together and prevent cell separation. Magnification x600 when ... Keywords: biological, biology, desmosome, epithelial cell, epithelium, healthy, histological, histology, light micrograph, no- ...
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*  Cardiac Muscle Tissue • GetBodySmart
Forming the anchoring juntions are fascia adherens and desmosomes, which attach the adjacent myocytes. ... Connexion proteins span the distance between adjacent plasma membranes and ions can travel through the channel pores. ...
  https://www.getbodysmart.com/circulatory-system/cardiac-muscle-tissue
*  Hemidesmosome - Wikipedia
They are similar in form to desmosomes when visualized by electron microscopy, however, desmosomes attach to adjacent cells. ... Desmosome Epidermolysis bullosa Focal adhesion Nguyen NM, Pulkkinen L, Schlueter JA, Meneguzzi G, Uitto J, Senior RM (2006). " ... BPAG2, or (bullous pemphigoid antigen 2), is a transmembrane protein that exists adjacent to integrins, BPAG2 has domains that ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hemidesmosome
*  Plus it
DSP4 Desmosomes are intercellular junctions that tightly link adjacent cells; desmoplakin is an obligate component of ... functional desmosomes that anchors intermediate filaments to desmosomal plaques.. TJP23,4 plays a role in tight junctions and ...
  http://physiolgenomics.physiology.org/content/48/4/290
*  Myoepithelial cells: good fences make good neighbors | Breast Cancer Research | Full Text
Desmosomes containing desmoglein (Dsg)2 and desmocollin (Dsc)2 form between adjacent luminal cells and between adjacent LEPs ... These experiments suggested that functional desmosomes between adjacent myoepithelial cells and epithelial cells are involved ... Desmosomes between MEPs contain Dsg3 and Dsc3. MEPs as contractile cells contain smooth muscle actin and adhere to the BM via ... Runswick and coworkers [5] showed that blocking desmosome adhesion via blocking peptides inhibited acinar formation. ...
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*  Echinoderms; potential model systems for studies on muscle regeneration
Adjacent myoepithelial cells are bound to each other by desmosomes. The bulk of cytoplasm is occupied by myofilaments, which ... Adjacent cells are joined to each other with zonulae adherens. The slender basal peduncle often contains bundles of ... 2 (B)). Myocytes are connected to each other by spot desmosomes, and fastened to basal lamina by hemidesmosomes. Almost the ... In the sea cucumber intestine, where it has been best studied, adjacent peritoneal cells adhere closely to each other, forming ...
  http://pubmedcentralcanada.ca/pmcc/articles/PMC2933377/
*  Help with Junction Types - GRE Subject Test: Biochemistry, Cell, and Molecular Biology
Desmosomes are responsible for anchoring adjacent cells to one another by connecting their intermediate filament cytoskeletons ... Desmosomes are another type of cell junction that link the intermediate filaments of the cytoskeleton to cadherins. ... Gap junctions connect the cytoplasm of adjacent cells and allow the free flow of small molecules between them. ... This interaction forms a physical link essentially connecting the actin cytoskeletons of the two adjacent cells, thus promoting ...
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*  Desmoplakin - Wikipedia
Desmosomes are intercellular junctions that tightly link adjacent cells. Desmoplakin is an obligate component of functional ... Desmoplakin isoform DPI is highly expressed and is thought to play a role in both the assembly and stabilization of desmosomes ... Al-Jassar C, Bikker H, Overduin M, Chidgey M (Nov 2013). "Mechanistic basis of desmosome-targeted diseases". Journal of ... Desmoplakin is a critical component of desmosome structures in cardiac muscle and epidermal cells, which function to maintain ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Desmoplakin
*  Pemphigus Disease for Android
Desmoglein forms the "glue" that attaches adjacent epidermal cells via attachment points called desmosomes. When autoantibodies ...
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*  Pemphigus - Wikipedia
Desmoglein forms the "glue" that attaches adjacent epidermal cells via attachment points called desmosomes. When autoantibodies ... These antibodies appear as IgG deposits along the desmosomes between epidermal cells, a pattern reminiscent of chicken wire. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pemphigus
*  Stratum corneum - Wikipedia
Corneodesmosomes (modified desmosomes) facilitate cellular adhesion by linking adjacent cells within this epidermal layer. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stratum_corneum
*  Structure, Function and Care of Human Skin | Gaia
The Stratum spinosum: The cells that divide in the stratum germinativum soon begin to accumulate many desmosomes (structures ... that join adjacent cells together) on their outer surface (1).. The Stratum granulosum: As keratinocyes (these are the basic ... This junction holds the epidermis and dermis together and this is achieved by various fibers including collagen and desmosomes ... where they are attached to keratinocytes by desmosomes. Merkel cells make contact with the flattened portion of the ending of a ...
  https://www.gaia.com/article/structure-function-and-care-human-skin
*  Placentation in the paca (Agouti paca L) | Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology | Full Text
Desmosomes are found between the lateral membranes of adjacent cells (arrowheads). Scale bars: 1 μm (A-B); 5 μm (C); 2 μm (D). ... Desmosomes are found between the lateral membranes of adjacent cells.. Subplacenta and junctional zone. The cytotrophoblast ... Desmosomes are found between the lateral membranes of adjacent cells (arrowheads). (D) Parietal yolk sac endoderm. These ... Desmosomes are present between adjacent cytotrophoblast cells as well as between cytotrophoblasts and the overlying syncytium. ...
  https://rbej.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1477-7827-3-9
*  Morphologic and Confocal Investigation on Salzmann Nodular Degeneration of the Cornea | IOVS | ARVO Journals
c) The bc showed many mitochondria and are connected to the adjacent cells by desmosomes. The intercellular spaces are wider ( ... c) The bc showed many mitochondria and are connected to the adjacent cells by desmosomes. The intercellular spaces are wider ( ... c) The bc showed many mitochondria and are connected to the adjacent cells by desmosomes. The intercellular spaces are wider ( ... c) The bc showed many mitochondria and are connected to the adjacent cells by desmosomes. The intercellular spaces are wider ( ...
  http://iovs.arvojournals.org/article.aspx?articleid=2188555
*  Haploinsufficiency and triploinsensitivity of the same 6p25.1p24.3 region in a family | Springer for Research & Development
The DSP gene encodes desmoplakin protein that is an obligate component of functional desmosomes (the intercellular junctions ... that tightly link adjacent cells). Desmoplakin haploinsufficiency was suggested to be associated with keratosis palmoplantaris ...
  https://rd.springer.com/article/10.1186/s12920-015-0113-1
*  US20020193832A1 - Use of a polarizing field to modify the efficacy of a bioactive agent - Google Patents
In this arrangement the individual magnetic fields 42 from each element 40 transverse a closed loop with the poles of adjacent ... desmosomes, and gap junctions. In addition, there is an extensive network of interstitial fibers, constructed of protein, ... Each cell in the solid tissue of the body makes a number of types of intimate connections with adjacent cells, including tight ... The individual fields thus do not traverse a short path to terminate on the adjacent magnetic elements, and would create a ...
  https://patents.google.com/patent/US20020193832A1/en
*  Desmosomes in Developing Human Epidermis
Gap junctions, composed of connexin (Cx) subunits, are channels that allow intercellular communication between adjacent cells. ... Desmosomes are easily detectable in transmission electron microscopy. Ultrastructural studies have revealed desmosomes at 5 ... and the number of desmosomes increases [2, 11]. The new intermediate layer of cells contains more desmosomes and more prominent ... T. Yin and K. J. Green, "Regulation of desmosome assembly and adhesion," Seminars in Cell and Developmental Biology, vol. 15, ...
  https://www.hindawi.com/journals/drp/2010/698761/
*  Plakophilin-2 - Wikipedia
In cardiomyocytes, plakophilin-2 is found at desmosome structures within intercalated discs, which link adjacent sarcolemmal ... These findings further support the notion that desmosomes crosstalk with sodium channels in the heart, and suggest that the ... These mutations in general appear to disrupt the assembly and stability of desmosomes. Mechanistic studies have shown that ... In cardiac muscle, plakophilin-2 is found in desmosome structures located within intercalated discs. Mutations in PKP2 have ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plakophilin-2
*  DSC2 - Wikipedia
... with decreased numbers of desmosomes and widening of intercellular gaps between adjacent cardiomyocytes, suggesting that this ... are found at desmosome cell-cell junctions and are required for cell adhesion and desmosome formation via interactions with ... Desmosomes function to anchor intermediate filaments at sites of strong adhesion, which undergo high mechanical stress, such as ... Cheng X, Koch PJ (Mar 2004). "In vivo function of desmosomes". The Journal of Dermatology. 31 (3): 171-87. doi:10.1111/j.1346- ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DSC2
*  Protocols and Video Articles Authored by Andrew P. South (Translated to Russian)
... and there is loss of adhesion between adjacent keratinocytes, which exhibit few small, poorly formed desmosomes. To investigate ... Jul, 2010 , Pubmed ID: 20524011 Desmoplakin is a ubiquitous component of desmosomes and desmosome-like structures, such as the ... Alterations in Desmosome Size and Number Coincide with the Loss of Keratinocyte Cohesion in Skin with Homozygous and ... Compared with controls, desmosomes were reduced dramatically both in size (49%) and frequency (61%) in the lower suprabasal ...
  https://www.jove.com/author/Andrew+P._South?language=Russian