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The nectin and nectin-like molecule (Necl) family includes important cell adhesion molecules (CAMs) characterized by their Ig-like nature. Such CAMs regulate a broad spectrum of cell-cell interactions, including the interaction between NK cells and cytotoxic T lymphocytes (CTLs) and their target cells. CAM members nectin-2 (CD112) and Necl-5 (CD155) are(More)
Identification of molecular pathways that are essential for cancer cell survival is vital for understanding the underlying biology, as well as to design effective cancer therapeutics. β-catenin, a multifunctional oncogenic protein, participates in cell development. Its multifaceted functions primarily lie to the subcellular distribution. The present study(More)
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