- Auteur(s) : J. Kanitakis, D. Bourchany, M. Faure, A. Claudy
, Laboratory of Dermatopathology, Department of Dermatology, Edouard-Herriot Hospital, 69437 Lyon Cedex 03, France.
- Page(s) : 363-5
- Année de parution : 1999
Keratins comprise a multigenic family of fibrous proteins that form the
cell cytoskeleton; they are made of distinct polypeptides that have been
classified, according to their MW and isoelectric point, as type I (or
acidic or low MW) and type II (or basic or high MW) polypeptides. So far,
about 30 different polypeptides have been recognized [1, 2]; their expression
varies according to the state of differentiation of each individual...