Adhesive But Not Lateral E-cadherin Complexes Require Calcium and Catenins for Their Formation

@article{Chitaev1998AdhesiveBN,
  title={Adhesive But Not Lateral E-cadherin Complexes Require Calcium and Catenins for Their Formation },
  author={Nikolai A. Chitaev and Sergey M Troyanovsky},
  journal={The Journal of Cell Biology},
  year={1998},
  volume={142},
  pages={837 - 846}
}
  • Nikolai A. Chitaev, Sergey M Troyanovsky
  • Published in The Journal of cell biology 1998
  • Medicine, Biology
  • The Journal of Cell Biology
  • We examined intercadherin interactions in epithelial A-431 cells producing endogenous E-cadherin and recombinant forms of E-cadherin tagged either by myc or by flag epitopes. Three distinct E-cadherin complexes were found. The first is a conventional E-cadherin-catenin complex consisting of one E-cadherin molecule linked either to beta-catenin/alpha-catenin or to plakoglobin/alpha-catenin dimers. The second is a lateral E-cadherin complex incorporating two E-cadherin- catenin conventional… CONTINUE READING

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