1.1 Lamin IFs
1.3 Type III IFs
... by lamin B.
(See also: nuclear envelope )
These proteins are the ...
... Microscopic view of stained keratin.
is a protein used by numerous groups of ... is a classic example of a fibrous protein .
is a tough, insoluble protein found in the ... of cells of the epidermis contains keratin. The keratin
in these cells makes the skin tough and almost ...
... shape and composition as they differentiate and become filled with keratin
. They eventually reach the corneum and become sloughed off. This process ... and the palms of the hands. It has a larger stratum corneum with a higher keratin
content. Thick skin does not grow hair; its purpose is to help grip. Thin ...
Different intermediate filaments are:
made of vimentins , being the common structural support of many cells.
made of keratin
, found in skin cells, hair and nails .
Neurofilaments of neural cells.
made of Lamin , giving structural support to the nuclear ....
... up the cytoskeleton of cells and much of the structure of animals is also protein: microtubules, actin , intermediate filaments, collagen and keratin
are components of skin, hair, and cartilage . Another class are the motor proteins such as myosin , kinesin, and dynein. Muscles are composed ...