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Intermediate Filaments

  • Richard J. Cote
  • Timothy M. Thomson
  • Carlos Cordon-Cardo
Part of the Developments in Oncology book series (DION, volume 34)

Abstract

The intermediate filaments are a family of cytoskeletal differentiation-related proteins present in virtually all eukaryotic cells. First described during early electron microscopic studies of cellular structure, they were found to be intermediate in diameter between microtubules and microfilaments. They have only recently been recognized as a family of dynamic intracellular elements.

Keywords

Glial Fibrillary Acidic Protein Intermediate Filament Intermediate Filament Protein Malignant Epithelial Cell Neuroectodermal Origin 
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  • Richard J. Cote
  • Timothy M. Thomson
  • Carlos Cordon-Cardo

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