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  • noun biochemistry A catenin protein that is a component of desmosomes

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  • Several years ago, he and his colleagues discovered that a desmosomal protein known as plakoglobin was dramatically diminished in tissue samples of ARVC.

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  • Several years ago, he and his colleagues discovered that a desmosomal protein known as plakoglobin was dramatically diminished in tissue samples of ARVC.

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  • Several years ago, he and his colleagues discovered that a desmosomal protein known as plakoglobin was dramatically diminished in tissue samples of ARVC.

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  • Several years ago, he and his colleagues discovered that a desmosomal protein known as plakoglobin was dramatically diminished in tissue samples of ARVC.

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  • In this new study, the authors set out to determine if this reduced plakoglobin signal could serve as a biomarker for ARVC early in the course of the disease.

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  • "An immunohistochemical test [based on plakoglobin levels] could, in the future, provide clinicians with an important new diagnostic tool," he adds.

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  • In this new study, the authors set out to determine if this reduced plakoglobin signal could serve as a biomarker for ARVC early in the course of the disease.

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  • In this new study, the authors set out to determine if this reduced plakoglobin signal could serve as a biomarker for ARVC early in the course of the disease.

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  • "There was no question that the plakoglobin signal level was reduced diffusely in the ARVC samples."

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  • "There was no question that the plakoglobin signal level was reduced diffusely in the ARVC samples."

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