cell–cell adhesion molecules (CAMs)

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Molecules that are responsible for the selective adhesion of cells to form specific tissues during the early embryogenesis of vertebrates. The cadherins (q.v.) are an example of CAMs that require Ca2+ for their functioning.

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics.

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