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Keratin Microscopy of keratin filaments inside cells. Keratins are a family ... athlete's foot and ringworm, feed on keratin. The silk fibroins produced by insects and ... they are phylogenetically related to vertebrate keratins. Keratin in the Kingdom Animalia Cells in the epidermis contain a structural matrix of keratin which makes this outermost layer of ...
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Keratin   (translated from Japanese)
Keratin KeratinWith, cytoskeleton is formed protein . In cytoskeleton ... but among these,Epithelium cell is the keratin. Hair、NailAnd so on other things,Hollow horn、 ... diameter fiber which consists of the special keratin which is called the hard keratin, hardens. The hard keratin with insoluble, has the character which ...
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Keratin   (translated from German)
Keratin Keratin (also: Horn substance, Skleroprotein) is a protein ... Horns and that Barten. The firmness of Keratin is strengthened by fiber formation: the particulars ...
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Keratin   (translated from French)
Keratin This article is one ébauche to be ... Exokératines of the type II Beta-keratins keratin is one protéine , synthesized and used by ... also the typical example of protéine fibrous . Keratin is insoluble, and can be found on ... the time of a too important friction, keratin develops at the surface of peau : it is corne . cellules which produces keratin die and are replaced continuously. The ...
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Talk:Keratin This text was removed; it needs more ... before it goes back into the article: Keratin molecules are helical and fibrous, twisting around ... takers?--maveric149 Re the discussion about whether keratin is present in teeth, see this http ... html from the World Book Medical Encyclopedia - keratin is a primary component of tooth enamel ... of dead cells. "Rubbing and pressure cause keratin to proliferate" In what sense does ...
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Beta-keratin β-keratin or beta-keratin (not to be confused with beta-carotene) is an optical isomer of alpha-keratin . β-keratin adds much more rigidity to reptilian ...
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Hair keratin
Hair keratin Hair keratin is a type of keratin found in hair and nails. There are two types of hair keratin, the acidic type I hair keratin and the basic type II hair ...
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Keratin 15
Keratin 15 Keratin 15 is a type I cytokeratin. It ...
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Keratin 16
Keratin 16 Keratin 16 is a type I cytokeratin. It is paired with keratin 14 in a number of epithelial tissues ...
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Keratin 17
Keratin 17 Keratin 17 is a type I cytokeratin. It ...
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