A framework for modeling of juxtacrine signaling systems.


Juxtacrine signaling is intercellular communication, in which the receptor of the signal (typically a protein) as well as the ligand (also typically a protein, responsible for the activation of the receptor) are anchored in the plasma membranes, so that in this type of signaling the activation of the receptor depends on direct contact between the membranes… (More)


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