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What are fascia adherens? I want only a short explanation

What are fascia adherens? I want only a short explanation

Grade:12

2 Answers

Adarsh
733 Points
5 years ago
A fascia adherens is like intermediate junction, but is more limited in extent and forms a strip or patch of adhesion, e.g. between glial cells and neurones and between smooth muscle cells, in the intercalated discs of cardiac muscle cells. The junctions involve cadherins attached indirectly to actin filaments on the inner side of the membrane.
 
Hope you got the answer.
 
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nath
122 Points
5 years ago
Hi !Akansha,
          Fascia Adheren is the method of attachment of Actin filaments to the sacrolemma in cardiac muscle;a continous zone of attachment.
It can be also define as a broad intercellular junction in the intercalated disc of cardiac muscle anchoring actin filaments.
Hope you understand,
All the best !

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