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Neurite outgrowth on immobilized axonin-1 is mediated by a heterophilic interaction with L1(G4)
Axonin-1 is an axon-associated cell adhesion molecule with dualistic expression, one form being glycophosphatidylinositol-anchored to the axonal membrane, the other secreted from axons in a solubleExpand
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Membrane glycoproteins involved in neurite fasciculation
Lectin affinity chromatography combined with mAb production was used to identify chick neural cell surface molecules related to L1 antigen, a mouse neural glycoprotein implicated in cell-cellExpand
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Immunocytological and biochemical characterization of a new neuronal cell surface component (L1 antigen) which is involved in cell adhesion.
Monoclonal and polyclonal L1 antibodies react by indirect immunofluorescence with the cell surface of cultured tetanus toxin‐positive neurons from post‐natal cerebella of mice, but not with glialExpand
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Extension of neurites on axons is impaired by antibodies against specific neural cell surface glycoproteins
We have developed an in vitro assay which measures the ability of growth cones to extend on an axonal substrate. Neurite lengths were compared in the presence or absence of monovalent antibodiesExpand
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Structure/function relationships of axon-associated adhesion receptors of the immunoglobulin superfamily
Evidence is accumulating that axonal members of the Ig superfamily (IgSF) interact in a complex manner with other axonal Ig-like proteins and with proteins of the extracellular matrix. StudiesExpand
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Neural cell recognition molecule L1: from cell biology to human hereditary brain malformations
The neural cell recognition molecule L1 is a member of the immunoglobulin superfamily implicated in embryonic brain development. L1 is engaged in complex extracellular interactions, with multipleExpand
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The axonal recognition molecule F11 is a multifunctional protein: Specific domains mediate interactions with Ng-CAM and restrictin
F11 is a glycosyl phosphatidylinositol-anchored axonal surface glycoprotein belonging to a neural subgroup of the immunoglobulin superfamily. In this report, we demonstrate that the F11 proteinExpand
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The Neural Cell Recognition Molecule Neurofascin Interacts with Syntenin-1 but Not with Syntenin-2, Both of Which Reveal Self-associating Activity*
Neurofascin belongs to the L1 subgroup of the immunoglobulin superfamily of cell adhesion molecules and is implicated in axonal growth and fasciculation. We used yeast two-hybrid screening toExpand
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Neurofascin: A novel chick cell-surface glycoprotein involved in neurite-neurite interactions
We have identified neurofascin, a novel chick cell-surface glycoprotein involved in neurite-neurite interactions. Neurofascin is defined by its reactivity with monoclonal antibody (MAb) F6, whichExpand
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Restrictin: a chick neural extracellular matrix protein involved in cell attachment co-purifies with the cell recognition molecule F11.
We report here the characterization of restrictin, a novel chick neural extracellular matrix glycoprotein associated with the cell recognition molecule F11. Immunoaffinity chromatography usingExpand
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