The cytoplasmic domain of C-CAM is required for C-CAM-mediated adhesion function: studies of a C-CAM transcript containing an unspliced intron.

@article{Cheung1993TheCD,
  title={The cytoplasmic domain of C-CAM is required for C-CAM-mediated adhesion function: studies of a C-CAM transcript containing an unspliced intron.},
  author={Pearl Cheung and O Culic and Yu Qiu and Karen Earley and Nancy L. Thompson and Douglas C. Hixson and Sue Hwa Lin},
  journal={The Biochemical journal},
  year={1993},
  volume={295 ( Pt 2)},
  pages={427-35}
}
Cell-CAM105 (also named C-CAM) is a cell surface glycoprotein involved in intercellular adhesion of rat hepatocytes. It has four extracellular immunoglobulin (Ig) domains, a transmembrane domain and a cytoplasmic domain and therefore is a member of the Ig supergene family. We have characterized multiple cDNAs of the C-CAM genes in rat intestine. Sequence analyses showed that rat intestine contained not only the previously reported L-form and S-form C-CAMs (renamed C-CAM1 and C-CAM2 respectively… CONTINUE READING

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