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June 01, 2012

Volume 287Issue 23p18872-19774
Open Access
On The Cover: The Mediterranean red coral Corallium rubrum is a colonial species with white polyps connected to each other by soft tissues covering the red skeleton. This species builds intratissular micrometric skeletal structures, the sclerites. The first organic matrix protein from the sclerites of C. rubrum, scleritin, was fully characterized and localized by immunohistochemistry. For details see the article by Debreuil et al., pages 19367–19376....
On The Cover: The Mediterranean red coral Corallium rubrum is a colonial species with white polyps connected to each other by soft tissues covering the red skeleton. This species builds intratissular micrometric skeletal structures, the sclerites. The first organic matrix protein from the sclerites of C. rubrum, scleritin, was fully characterized and localized by immunohistochemistry. For details see the article by Debreuil et al., pages 19367–19376.

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