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The intracellular parts of these glycoproteins are attached to the keratin filament network via desmoplakin, plakoglobin and other macromolecules, the nature of which has been gleaned from a combination of yeast two hybrid, coimmunoprecipitation, recruitment assays in cultured cells and immunoelectron microscopy studies [2,3]. These have identified the armadillo protein, plakophilin 1, as an important stabilizer of keratinocyte adhesion in differentiated keratinocytes [4], as well as other site-specific .

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The superficial epidermis is a stratified epithelium largely composed of keratinocytes that are formed by division of cells in the basal layer, and give rise to several distinguishable layers as they move outwards and progressively differentiate. Within the epidermis, there are several other cell populations, namely melanocytes, which donate pigment to the keratinocytes (Chapter 39), Langerhans’ cells, which have immunological functions (Chapter 10) and Merkel cells. The hair follicles comprise pockets of .

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