Intermediate filaments are a type of cytoskeletal filaments characterised by their intermediate diameter compared to actin filaments and microtubules. Different types of intermediate filaments are composed by a variety of proteins, including keratins, lamins and vimentin, and may be involved in cell adhesion and maintenance of cellular and nuclear shape.
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