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The enamelin (tuftelin) gene.

This paper reviews the primary structure, characteristics and possible function of tuftelin/enamelin protein. It describes the distribution of tuftelin in the ameloblast cell and in the extracellular enamel matrix, employing high resolution protein-A gold immunocytochemistry. The chromosomal localization of the human tuftelin gene and its possible involvement in autosomally linked Amelogenesis Imperfecta, the most common hereditary disease of enamel, is also discussed.[1]


  1. The enamelin (tuftelin) gene. Deutsch, D., Palmon, A., Dafni, L., Catalano-Sherman, J., Young, M.F., Fisher, L.W. Int. J. Dev. Biol. (1995) [Pubmed]
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