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From: History and phylogeny of intermediate filaments: Now in insects

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All intermediate filaments have essential structural features in common. A schematic molecular model of a coiled-coil dimer is shown for human lamin A (upper part) and human keratins 5 and 14, which heterodimerize to assemble into the keratin filament (lower part). The two molecular complexes are aligned with respect to coil 2. NLS, nuclear localization signal; pb, paired bundle; L1, linker L1; L12, linker L12; st, stutter (adapted from [10]).

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