Connective Tissue and Its Heritable Disorders Molecular, by Peter M. Royce, Beat Steinmann

By Peter M. Royce, Beat Steinmann

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19. Beighton P, De Paepe A, Danks D, Finidori G, GeddeDahl T, Goodman R, Hall JG, Hollister DW, Horton W, McKusick VA, Opitz JM, Pope FM, Pyeritz RE, Rimoin DL, Sillence D, Spranger JW, Thompson E, Tsipouras P, Viljoen D, Winship I, Young I (1988): International nosology of heritable disorders of connective tissue, Berlin 1986. Am J Med Genet 29:581–594. 20. Beighton P, De Paepe A, Steinmann B, Tsipouras P, Wenstrup RJ (1998): Ehlers-Danlos syndromes; revised nosology. Villefranche, 1997. Am J Med Genet 77: 31–37.

Keratin filaments form even larger bundles of filaments than in the spinous cells in cells of the two or three granular cell layers and they associate with an electron-dense protein, profilaggrin, to form keratohyalin granules (Fig. 3a). Profilaggrin, synthesized in the granular cell layer, is a high molecular weight (>400 kDa), histidinerich, phosphorylated polymer of filaggrin monomers joined by link proteins [25,26]. It is synthesized only in keratinizing 21 cells that express the high molecular weight keratin pair [27].

Type V collagen is enriched in the papillary dermis and in the loose connective tissue sheaths surrounding nerves and vessels [76]. Based on the amounts of different collagens extracted from isolated dermal preparations, the relative proportions of these collagens in adult skin are estimated to be 80–90% type I collagen, 8–12% type III collagen, and less than 5% type V collagen. The high proportion of type I collagen contributes to the great tensile strength of the dermis and its ability to withstand deformation.

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