Adult and embryonic mouse neural cell adhesion molecules have different binding properties

@article{Sadoul1983AdultAE,
  title={Adult and embryonic mouse neural cell adhesion molecules have different binding properties},
  author={R. Sadoul and Michel Hirn and H. Deagostini-Bazin and Genevi{\`e}ve N. Rougon and Christo Goridis},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1983},
  volume={304},
  pages={347-349}
}
Interactions between neural cell surfaces seem to be of prime importance during neuroontogenesis, and responsible for the guidance of migrating neuroblasts and growing axons and for the formation of synapses. Little is known about the underlying molecular mechanisms, but most hypotheses imply the existence of cell-surface molecules that mediate the formation of transient or permanent bonds between neural cells. Recently, a membrane glycoprotein called neural cell adhesion molecule (N-CAM) has… CONTINUE READING
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