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Authors: Hülser, Dieter F.
Paschke, Dietmar
Brümmer, Franz
Eckert, Reiner
Title: Characterization of gap junctions by electrophysiological and electronmicroscopical methods
Issue Date: 1990 Konferenzbeitrag Kuczera, Janina (Hrsg.): Biophysics of membrane transport / Tenth School on Biophysics of Membrane Transport, Poland, Szczyrk, May 4-13, 1990. Vol. 1. Wroclaw : Dep. of Physics and Biophysics, Agricultural Univ., 1990, S. 148-162
Abstract: Gap junctions are ubiquitous in the animal kingdom from mesozoa to vertebrates. They must be discriminated from desmosomes which anchor cells together to form structural or functional units as well as from tight junctions which seal membranes of epithelial cells to each other so that the paracellular path becomes impermeable to molecules and a polarity of apical and basolateral surface is maintained.
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