Is keratin 8 in taste buds and/or salivary ducts
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12 Jul 2006 05:39 PDT
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I am looking for evidence that Keratin 8 is expressed in human taste cells and/or salivary ducts. The evidence needs to be direct, but need not be extensive. A reference to a book or study using antibodies is sufficient as long as it is the original reference and not a derivative. I am finding evidence of this keratin in mice and rats, but no mention of keratins other than 19 and 20 in humans.
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Re: Is keratin 8 in taste buds and/or salivary ducts
From: affordablemagic-ga on 20 Jul 2006 22:55 PDT
Expression of keratin mRNAS and proteins in normal salivary epithelia and pleomorphic adenomas Lan Su, Dr. Peter R. Morgan, Dolores L. Harrison, Ahmad Waseem, E. Birgitte Lane affordablemagic-ga
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