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Involvement of ZO-1 in Cadherin-based Cell Adhesion through Its Direct Binding to α Catenin and Actin Filaments
ZO-1, a 220-kD peripheral membrane protein consisting of an amino-terminal half discs large (dlg)-like domain and a carboxyl-terminal half domain, is concentrated at the cadherin-based cell adhesionExpand
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Occludin is concentrated at tight junctions of mouse/rat but not human/guinea pig Sertoli cells in testes.
Occludin is the only integral membrane protein identified to date as a component of tight junctions (TJs). Here, we examined the distribution and expression of occludin in murine testis bearingExpand
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alpha-catenin-deficient F9 cells differentiate into signet ring cells.
It has been demonstrated that alpha-catenin is frequently lost in diffuse type adenocarcinomas. We have isolated alpha-catenin-deficient mouse teratocarcinoma F9 cells by gene targeting. Wild-type F9Expand
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Short Communication a-Catenin-Deficient F9 Cells Differentiate into Signet Ring Cells
It has been demonstrated that a-catenin is frequently lost in diffuse type adenocarcinomas. We have isolated a-catenin-deficient mouse teratocarcinoma F9 cells by gene targeting. Wild-type F9 cellExpand
Occludin is concentrated at tight junctions of mouse/rat but not human/guinea pig Sertoli cells in testes.
Occludin is the only integral membrane protein identified to date as a component of tight junctions (TJs). Here, we examined the distribution and expression of occludin in murine testis bearingExpand