Aggregation-deficient embryonal carcinoma cells: defects in peanut agglutinin (PNA) receptors.


The components involved in cell adhesion were studied using the H6 line of embryonal carcinoma cells. H6 cells are especially suitable for studies on cell interactions, since genetic mutants can be selected, and various processes of cell adhesion can be controlled by regulating the calcium concentration in the medium. Three aggregation-defective variants of… (More)