cell aggregation

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cell aggregation

Lex glycosphingolipids-mediated cell aggregation

Identification of the sugars involved in mycobacterial cell aggregation

Protein aggregation in Ehrlichia chaffeensis during infection of mammalian cells

Red blood cell aggregation during cardiopulmonary bypass: a pathogenic cofactor in endothelial cell activation?

Rice endophyte Pantoea agglomerans YS19 forms multicellular symplasmata via cell aggregation

cDNA-AFLP reveals differentially expressed genes related to cell aggregation of Azospirillum brasilense

Arabinose content of extracellular polysaccharide plays a role in cell aggregation of Azospirillum brasilense

Extracellular polysaccharide composition of Azospirillum brasilense and its relation with cell aggregation

Polygenic Molecular Architecture Underlying Non-Sexual Cell Aggregation in Budding Yeast

Strong aggregation and increased toxicity of polyleucine over polyglutamine stretches in mammalian cells

Oligomerization of polyalanine expanded PABPN1 facilitates nuclear protein aggregation that is associated with cell death

A galectin links the aggregation factor to cells in the sponge (Geodia cydonium) system

Secreted protease mediates interspecies interaction and promotes cell aggregation of the photosynthetic bacterium Chloroflexus aggregans

Intercellular Accumulation of Type V Collagen Fibrils in Accordance with Cell Aggregation

CD23 molecule acts as a galactose-binding lectin in the cell aggregation of EBV-transformed human B-cell lines

Aggregation of 53BP1 and XRCC1 in cancer stem cells and non-stem cancer cells post-targeted proton irradiation

EphrinA1 stimulates cell attachment and inhibits cell aggregation through the EphA receptor pathway in human endometrial carcinoma-derived Ishikawa cells

Synthetic lactulose amines: novel class of anticancer agents that induce tumor-cell apoptosis and inhibit galectin-mediated homotypic cell aggregation and endothelial cell morphogenesis


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The formation of clumps of cells mediated by cell surface adhesion molecules, not external agglutinating agents.

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