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6 Collagen VII Type VII collagen is a homotrimer of three D1 subchains and is the major component of the anchoring fibrils in epithelia (57, 58) which is necessary for stable adhesion via the hemidesmosome of cells to the extracellular matrix. Loss of collagen VII expression has been reported by us and others in invasive prostate carcinoma (6, 8, 10), which corresponds with the loss of expression of nearly all other hemidesmosome component proteins. Additionally, loss of collagen VII has been reported in colon carcinomas and invasive bladder carcinomas (26, 61).

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One possible explanation for why more squamous cell carcinomas are not seen is the high degree of lethality at a young age with this disease. The percentage of death in JEB patients collectively from age 1-25 is consistently higher than even the most lethal form of epidermolysis bullosa (dystrophic) in this age group (126), which may partially explain the discrepancy in development of SCC in JEB patients. 3 Simplex Epidermolysis bullosa simplex (EB) involves blistering due to fragility of the basal cell layer of the keratinocytes.

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