Differential regulation of C-CAM isoforms in epithelial cells.


C-CAM is a Ca(2+)-independent cell adhesion molecule (CAM) that mediates intercellular adhesion of isolated rat hepatocytes. It is widely distributed in epithelia, where its presence both at lateral cell borders and on apical cell surfaces suggests that it may have diverse biological functions. Two major isoforms, C-CAM1 and C-CAM2, which differ in the… (More)


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@article{Hunter1994DifferentialRO, title={Differential regulation of C-CAM isoforms in epithelial cells.}, author={I. G. Hunter and Monica Lindh and Bj{\"o}rn Obrink}, journal={Journal of cell science}, year={1994}, volume={107 ( Pt 5)}, pages={1205-16} }