Surface and Interfacial Aspects of Cell Adhesion

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Cell adhesion comes into play in almost all domains of life. The range of situations in which it occurs, involving organisms, living tissues, microorganisms or single cells, is endless. Cell adhesion is involved in the binding of a cell to a surface, extracellular matrix, or another cell using cell adhesion molecules. It is crucial in the formation and maintenance of coherent multicellular structures. Cell surface adhesion molecules (integrins, for example) which transmit information from the extracellular matrix to the ...

Surface and Interfacial Aspects of Cell Adhesion 2011, VSP International Science Publishers, Zeist

ISBN-13: 9789004190788

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