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  • Among the 38 was a testis-specific cell-adhesion gene (tpx-1) involved in germ cell maturation and sperm tail formation.

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  • We compared suspension and cell-adhesion cultures in the presence or absence of RA and find that RA significantly impacts Xist expression in Tsix-mutant male cells.

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  • However, the authors note that one of the major roles of the ubiquitin pathway is to regulate the turnover of synaptic components, especially those related to plasticity and learning, including the cell-adhesion molecules identified by both their GWAS and CNV analyses.

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  • Implants coated with "flower bouquet" clusters of an engineered protein that mimics the body's own cell-adhesion material fibronectin made 50% more contact with the surrounding bone than implants coated with protein pairs or individual strands.

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  • Schnapp LM, Shapiro L, Huntley GW (2000) Making memories stick: cell-adhesion molecules in synaptic plasticity.

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  • Both genes encode neuronal cell-adhesion molecules, the glue that holds brain cells together.

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  • In the carcinoma, stronger expression of genes coding for specific integrins, cytoskeletal proteins and calcium-binding proteins highlight cell-adhesion and motility features of the tumor cells.

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  • Nope—perhaps in Luskin’s mind everything has a purpose as if it were designed explicitly, but in reality antibodies only stick to things, like the cell-adhesion molecules they seem to be genetically derived from.

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  • Nope–perhaps in Luskin’s mind everything has a purpose as if it were designed explicitly, but in reality antibodies only stick to things, like the cell-adhesion molecules they seem to be genetically derived from.

    Intelligently designed avian flu? - The Panda's Thumb

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