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The tetraspanin membrane protein CD151 has been suggested to regulate cancer invasion and metastasis by initiating signaling events. The CD151-mediated signaling pathways involved in this regulation(More)
KAI1/CD82, a tetraspanin membrane protein functions as a metastasis suppressor in many types of human cancers and has been shown to regulate cell adhesion properties. In the present study, we(More)
Despite the importance of multiple tetraspanin proteins in cancer invasion and metastasis, little is known about the role and significance of tetraspanin CD81 in these processes. In the present(More)
Tetraspanin membrane proteins form physical complexes with signaling molecules and have been suggested to influence the signaling events of associated molecules. Of the tetraspanin proteins, CD82 has(More)