Bravo/Nr-CAM is closely related to the cell adhesion molecules L1 and Ng-CAM and has a similar heterodimer structure

@article{Kayyem1992BravoNrCAMIC,
  title={Bravo/Nr-CAM is closely related to the cell adhesion molecules L1 and Ng-CAM and has a similar heterodimer structure},
  author={Jon Faiz Kayyem and J. M. Robles Roman and E J de la Rosa and Uli Schwarz and William J. Dreyer},
  journal={The Journal of Cell Biology},
  year={1992},
  volume={118},
  pages={1259 - 1270}
}
Diverse cell-surface molecules of the nervous system play an important role in specifying cell interactions during development. Using a method designed to generate mAbs against neural surface molecules of defined molecular weight, we have previously reported on the surface protein, Bravo, found in the developing avian retinotectal system. Bravo is immunologically detected on developing optic fibers in the retina, but absent from distal regions of the same fibers in the tectum. We have isolated… CONTINUE READING

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