Definition of Kalanin

1. Noun. (protein) A protein that provides adhesion between epidermal keratinocytes and dermis ¹



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Medical Definition of Kalanin

1. Protein that provides adhesion between epidemal keratinocytes and dermis. Localises to anchoring filaments of basement membrane, 400-440 kD with fragments of 165, 155, 130 & 105 when disulphide bonds are reduced. Forms an asymmetric 170nm long rod with two globules at one end, one at the other. May be the same as epiligrin. This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (11 Mar 2008)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kalanin

kalakand
kalakukko
kalam
kalamata
kalamata olive
kalamata olives
kalamatas
kalamdan
kalamdans
kalamkari
kalamkaris
kalams
kalan
kalanchoe
kalanchoes
kalanin (current term)
kalans
kalansuwa
kalantas
kalarippayattu
kalasie
kalbi
kalborsite
kale
kalecilik
kaleege
kaleeges
kaleidophone
kaleidophones
kaleidoscope

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