cell adhesion molecule

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cell adhesion molecule

[¦sel ad‚hē·zhən ′mäl·ə·kyül]
(cell and molecular biology)
A class of membrane proteins comprising the outer surfaces of cell membranes in the developing nervous system that is thought to be intimately involved in guiding development during embryonic life. Abbreviated CAM.
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Important biomarkers and mediators of ED are endothelial adhesion molecules, growth factors, and inflammatory factors.
The hypothesis that increased levels of adhesion molecules and Cathepsin D affect cancerous cells moving away the primary tumor and contributes to migration of the cancerous cell and may cause remote organ metastases is defended.
Further to augment this statement a fall in serum levels of circulating adhesion molecule levels was seen when lipid apheresis was achieved in patients with familial hypercholesterolemia.
Cytofluorimetric analysis of adhesion molecule surface expression showed a significant reduction of TNF-[alpha]-induced ICAM-1 and VCAM-1 surface expression evaluated as MFI in response to both DHZ and DHZ dimer (Figures 3(a) and 3(b)).
Furthermore, as resveratrol has been shown to regulate adhesion molecule expression and autophagy in endothelial cells (Chen et al.
Adhesion molecule expression in chronic inflammatory periodontal disease tissue , J periodontal Res.
cells could be specifically captured, we perfused bone marrow MNCs over functionalized microtubes that were coated internally with adhesion molecules consisting of sP and CD34 antibody.
Association between platelet endothelial cellular adhesion molecule 1 (PECAM-1/ CD31) polymorphisms and acute myocardial infarction: a study in patients from Sicily.
In this issue of The Journal of Applied Research, Zhang and coworkers explore the role of nitric oxide, adhesion molecule, and MCP-1 expression in arterial wall reorganization in response to carotid artery ligation (CAL).
Further, the center has revealed that BANK regulates the B cell activity by the intermediary of CD40, a kind of intercellular adhesion molecule.