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Acta Anatomica (1995) 152 (3): 205–214.
Published Online: 17 July 2008
...) a zipper-like withdrawal of the medial portion of the ventricle towards the lateral direction, and (2) adhesion and fusion of the ependyma in the lateral region. The zipper-like closure and fusion, which resulted in disappearance of the ependyma, took place in almost all rats within 2 or 3 weeks after...
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Acta Anatomica (1995) 154 (1): 21–33.
Published Online: 17 July 2008
...A.L. Prieto; K.L. Crossin The functional units in most inductive and morphogenetic processes in the embryo are not single cells, but rather collectives of interacting cells that give rise to the tissues and organs. Cell adhesion molecules (CAMs) are involved in defining cell collectives...
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Acta Anatomica (1995) 154 (1): 34–45.
Published Online: 17 July 2008
...A.N. Garratt; M.J. Humphries In recent years, analyses of the structure and function of membrane-intercalated adhesion molecules have shown them to play key roles in determining cellular phentoype. As expected, adhesion has an important role in regulating cellular positioning, but there is also...
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Acta Anatomica (1996) 156 (3): 202–216.
Published Online: 17 July 2008
... Adhesion Migration Epithelial-mesenchymal transition 17 7 2008 © 1996 S. Karger AG, Basel 1996 Copyright / Drug Dosage / Disclaimer Copyright: All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be translated into other languages, reproduced or utilized in any form or by any means...
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Acta Anatomica (1998) 161 (1-4): 180–195.
Published Online: 12 October 1998
... processes, especially as far as cell adhesion and cell recognition mechanisms are concerned (axonal growth and fasciculation, neuron migration, synaptogenesis, myelination). But some of them seem to be involved in signaling events both intracellularly (nuclear lectins) or at the cell surface by autocrine...
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Acta Anatomica (1998) 161 (1-4): 79–90.
Published Online: 12 October 1998
... recently to comprise a structural and functional unit involved in tumor cell adhesion coupled with signal transduction. Some of the GSL antigens have been identified as adhesion molecules recognized by carbohydrate-binding proteins or by complementary carbohydrates on target cells. Such adhesion, coupled...