Tight Junctions. Tight junctions are found predominantly in epithelial tissues, such as intestinal brush border. Water and other fluids must be prevented from leaking between adjacent cells, so that body fluids do not gradually seep across the intestinal lining.Click to see full answer. In this regard, where are tight junctions found in the human body?Tight junctions are located within our body’s epithelia. Epithelia is the plural of epithelium. Epithelium is a word that refers to the covering of the body’s internal and external surfaces. This includes organs (such as skin), blood vessels, and cavities.Beside above, where are Desmosomes found in the body? Desmosomes are one of the stronger cell-to-cell adhesion types and are found in tissue that experience intense mechanical stress, such as cardiac muscle tissue, bladder tissue, gastrointestinal mucosa, and epithelia. Secondly, what is an example of tight junction? Tight epithelia have tight junctions that prevent most movement between cells. Examples of tight epithelia include the distal convoluted tubule, the collecting duct of the nephron in the kidney, and the bile ducts ramifying through liver tissue.What is the overall purpose of a tight junction?Tight junctions seal adjacent epithelial cells in a narrow band just beneath their apical surface. They consist of a network of claudins and other proteins. Tight junctions perform two vital functions: They limit the passage of molecules and ions through the space between cells.