Marco Santoni

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cDNA clones containing sequences coding for the murine neural cell adhesion molecule (N-CAM) were used in Southern hybridizations on human genomic DNA and demonstrated approximately 90% homology between human and murine NCAM genes. In situ hybridization with one of these clones was performed on human metaphase chromosomes and allowed the localization of the(More)
The neural cell adhesion molecule (NCAM) is one of the most abundant cell adhesion molecules expressed in vertebrates and it is thought to play important roles as a regulator of morphogenetic processes, but little is known of its expression pattern in mammalian embryos. In this study, we have examined the developmental profile of NCAM gene expression in(More)
Bike sharing systems have been recently adopted by a growing number of cities as a new means of transportation offering citizens a flexible, fast and green alternative for mobility. Users can pick up or drop off the bicycles at a station of their choice without prior notice or time planning. This increased flexibility comes with the challenge of(More)
The neural cell adhesion molecule (NCAM) is thought to mediate cell-cell adhesion by a homophilic mechanism involving binding sites located in the N-terminal region of the protein. This region of the molecule consists of five domains that are homologous to each other and share conserved residues with immunoglobulin domains. We report here secondary(More)
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