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Table 1 Expression of FMNL2 in various tissues and cell types

From: Characterization of Diaphanous-related formin FMNL2 in human tissues

Tissue Cell type Staining* Comments
Adrenal gland Cortical cells +++ Partly granular
  Medullary cells +++ Partly granular
Bone marrow Erythroid cells 0  
  Myeloid cells ++  
  Megakaryocytes +++  
Breast Ductal epithelium +++  
  Lobular epithelium +++  
  Myoepithelium ++  
Brain Neurons +++  
  Glial cells +++  
Colon Epithelium +++  
Duodenum Surface epithelium +++ Perinuclear apical dot
  Brunner glands ++  
  Stromal cells +  
Esophagus Squamous epithelium + Basal layer ++, surface layer 0
Kidney Podocytes +++  
  Mesangial cells 0  
  Tubular epithelium ++ Variable
Liver Hepatocytes +  
  Biliary duct epithelium +  
Lung Alveolar epithelium +  
  Alveolar macrophages +++  
Lymph node Follicular cells +++  
  Paracortical cells +++  
Ovary Granulosa cells +++  
  Stromal cells ++  
Pancreas Exocrine epithelium + Partly granular
  Ductal epithelium +  
  Endocrine cells +++  
Parathyroid gland Chief cells +++  
  Oxyphil cells +  
Parotid gland Acinar cells ++ Partly granular
  Adipocytes 0  
Placenta Trophoblast +++  
  Stromal cells +  
  Endothelium 0  
Prostate Epithelium ++ Perinuclear apical dot
  Smooth mucle cells +  
  Peripheral nerve cells ++  
Skin Keratinocytes + Basal layer ++, surface layer 0
Small intestine Enterocytes +++  
Spleen White pulp cells +++  
  Red pulp cells +++  
Stomach Glandular cells +++ Partly granular apically Surface epithelium weak
  Stromal cells +  
Striated muscle Myocytes +  
Testis Spermatocytes +++  
  Sertoli cells +++  
  Leydig cells +  
Thyroid gland Epithelium +++  
Urinary bladder Urothelial cells ++ Weak in umbrella cells
Uterus Smooth muscle cells ++ Perinuclear dot
  Secretory epithelium +++  
  Secretory stromal cells +  
  1. *0 = no staining, + = weak staining, + + = moderate staining, + + + = strong staining