Adhesion defect of ascites cells corrected with membrane-bound attachment molecules.

Abstract

Adhesion is obligatory for cell proliferation in most types of cells. This function becomes defective after malignant transformation. An extreme example is ascites cells which proliferate in suspension. The nature of their defects remains obscure. Here we show that the linking of biotin molecules to the Ehrlich ascites carcinoma cells enables these cells to… (More)

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