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  • For example, proteins can make up a cell's structure, can be involved in cell-to-cell signaling or can be enzymes necessary for normal metabolism.

    Genetics and Alagille Syndrome

  • One finding confirmed by the sequencing is that choanoflagellates have many genes that, in animals, produce proteins essential to cell-to-cell signaling and in determining which cells stick to one another.

    An Animal Toolkit in a Single-Celled Organism

  • A type of cytokine, cell-to-cell signaling protein, adipokines can be pro-inflammatory, contributing to chronic, systemic, subclinical inflammation.

    Forever Young

  • Studies indicate that this cell-to-cell communication is important in preventing cancer by increasing the activity of a molecule called Connexin 43.

    Forever Young

  • In epithelial cells, E-cadherin-containing cell-to-cell junctions are often adjacent to actin-containing filaments of the cytoskeleton. janeashley

    Cadherins, Part 1

  • I talked to Red-haired Daughter last night, cell-to-cell at 7:34 pm and got very clear reception.

    The great cell phone experiment

  • Synapses are the connections between neurons where cell-to-cell communication takes place.

    You Are Who You Are by Default

  • Another class of such highly conserved genes and gene complexes is involved in the formation of components of pathways that bring about intracellular and cell-to-cell signaling.

    Gene

  • Some genes regulate the chemical messengers that enable healthy cell-to-cell communication.

    Silent Demons

  • Many of the genes involved in the cell-to-cell communication that triggers development of cell polarity in Drosophila oocytes (unfertilized fruit fly eggs) also are known players in the pathogenesis of those diseases.

    Scientists Study Cell Shape | Impact Lab

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