cell-surface molecules

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cell-surface molecules

cell-surface molecules

Surface Expression of Intercellular Adhesion Molecule 1 on Epithelial Cells in the Human Adenoid

Gene Trap Screening for Cell Surface and Extracellular Matrix Molecules Produced by Chondrocytes

Enhancement of antigen-presenting cell surface molecules involved in cognate interactions by immunostimulatory DNA sequences

Transport of misfolded endoplasmic reticulum proteins to the cell surface by MHC class II molecules

New insights in glycosphingolipid function: “glycosignaling domain,” a cell surface assembly of glycosphingolipids with signal transducer molecules, involved in cell adhesion coupled with signaling

Enhancement of Rituximab-induced cell death by the physical association of CD20 with CD40 molecules on the cell surface

Ozone Exposure Enhances Expression of Cell-Surface Molecules Associated with Antigen-Presenting Activity on Bronchoalveolar Lavage Cells in Rats

Rapid tyrosine phosphorylation of Lck following ligation of the tumor-associated cell surface molecule A6H

Allelic imbalance modulates surface expression of the tolerance-inducing HLA-G molecule on primary trophoblast cells

Inhibition of cell surface expression of endothelial adhesion molecules by ursolic acid prevents intimal hyperplasia of venous bypass grafts in rats

Virus-Specific Cytotoxic T Lymphocytes Differentially Express Cell-Surface Leukocyte Immunoglobulin-Like Receptor–1, an Inhibitory Receptor for Class I Major Histocompatibility Complex Molecules

Isolation and Characterization of Retinoic Acid-Inducible cDNA Clones in F9 Cells: A Novel cDNA Family Encodes Cell Surface Proteins Sharing Partial Homology with MHC Class I Molecules


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Molecules on the surface of cell membranes that are responsible for most cellular functions directly related to their immediate environment. Many have very precise functions of adhesion (see adhesion molecules), metabolic exchange, hormone reception, respiration, and immune reactions. Cell-to-cell exchanges involve specialized surface structures (junctions), which form a communicating nexus.

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