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Epithelial Attachment

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Disease relevance of Epithelial Attachment


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Biological context of Epithelial Attachment

  • Surprisingly, the pattern of keratin expression of the epithelium of the pocket lining was found to be essentially similar to that of normal junctional epithelium and the anatomical position of the boundaries between each epithelial phenotype were not significantly altered [8].
  • Wound healing in the rabbits included repair of the epithelial attachment complex, keratocyte activation, synthesis of type I collagen, partial restoration of stromal keratan sulfate and type VI collagen, and retrocorneal membrane formation [9].

Anatomical context of Epithelial Attachment


Associations of Epithelial Attachment with chemical compounds


Gene context of Epithelial Attachment


Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Epithelial Attachment


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