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Tight junctions are made up of single junctions in our body.

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(b) False

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The correct answer is (b) False

Easiest explanation: Tight junctions are made up of four different protein complexes namely occludin, claudin, junctional adhesional molecule and tricellulins. These molecules being heterophilic in nature, they help in regulating the transport.

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