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Types of Collagen

Most common type of collagen Type 1
Decreased in osteogenesis imperfecta type 1
Found in bone (made by osteoblast) type 1
Found in skin type 1 and type 3
Found in tendon type 1
Found in dentin type 1
Found in fascia type 1
found in cornea type 1
Found in late wound repair type 1
Found in cartilage type 2
Found in vitreous body type 2
Found in nucleus pulposus type 2
Reticulin type 3
Found in blood vessels type 3
Found in uterus type 3
Found in fetal tissue type 3
Found in granulation tissue type 3
Found in basement membrane type 4
Found in basal lamina type 4
Found in lens type 4
deficient in type 3 collagen Vascular type of Ehlers- Danlos syndrome
defective type 4 collagen Alport syndrome, Goodpasture
Created by: Syrica