Collectively, the ISA adjuvants may have effects on cell mobility and mitigate cytotoxicity through the cellular junction
Based on the constellation of findings, we speculate that the intercellular staining observed in this bullous pemphigoid case is not real IgG4 immunoreactivity, but resulted from nonspecifically stained exudate permeating into the spongiotic cellular junction
, mimicking intercellular junctional immunostain.
The alteration in the E-cadherin molecule in the retinal cellular junction
can play a role in visual function by affecting the cell-cell complex.
Normally these ridges occur at the membrane periphery parallel to adjacent cells cellular junctions
, while close to the center they diverge and form a structure similar to a labyrinth, specifically shaped in several species (Fishelson).
In mouse models, Leptospira bacteria have been seen to invade the intercellular junctions of host hepatocytes resulting in disruption of cellular junctions
within bile canaliculi .
Vestweber, "VE-cadherin: the major endothelial adhesion molecule controlling cellular junctions
and blood vessel formation," Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology, vol.
We concluded that xylene might affect the cellular junctions
in the nasal mucosa.