The neural cell adhesion molecule

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The neural cell adhesion molecule. / Berezin, V; Bock, E; Poulsen, F M.

I: Current Opinion in Drug Discovery & Development, Bind 3, Nr. 5, 2000, s. 605-9.

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Berezin, V, Bock, E & Poulsen, FM 2000, 'The neural cell adhesion molecule' Current Opinion in Drug Discovery & Development, bind 3, nr. 5, s. 605-9.

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Berezin, V., Bock, E., & Poulsen, F. M. (2000). The neural cell adhesion molecule. Current Opinion in Drug Discovery & Development, 3(5), 605-9.

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Berezin V, Bock E, Poulsen FM. The neural cell adhesion molecule. Current Opinion in Drug Discovery & Development. 2000;3(5):605-9.

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Berezin, V ; Bock, E ; Poulsen, F M. / The neural cell adhesion molecule. I: Current Opinion in Drug Discovery & Development. 2000 ; Bind 3, Nr. 5. s. 605-9.

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AB - During the past year, the understanding of the structure and function of neural cell adhesion has advanced considerably. The three-dimensional structures of several of the individual modules of the neural cell adhesion molecule (NCAM) have been determined, as well as the structure of the complex between two identical fragments of the NCAM. Also during the past year, a link between homophilic cell adhesion and several signal transduction pathways has been proposed, connecting the event of cell surface adhesion to cellular responses such as neurite outgrowth. Finally, the stimulation of neurite outgrowth by an agent that binds to the first module of NCAM has been described.

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