PMID: 7188712Jan 17, 1980Paper

Intermediate filaments as mechanical integrators of cellular space

Nature
E Lazarides

Abstract

Five chemically distinct classes of intermediate filaments can be identified within higher eukaryotic cells. Each class is characteristic of a particular cell type. These filaments may function to integrate mechanically the various structures of the cytoplasmic space in a way that is tailored to the differentiated state of the cell.

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