VE-cadherin: adhesion at arm's length.

@article{Vincent2004VEcadherinAA,
  title={VE-cadherin: adhesion at arm's length.},
  author={P. Vincent and Kanyan Xiao and K. Buckley and A. Kowalczyk},
  journal={American journal of physiology. Cell physiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={286 5},
  pages={
          C987-97
        }
}
VE-cadherin was first identified in the early 1990s and quickly emerged as an important endothelial cell adhesion molecule. The past decade of research has revealed key roles for VE-cadherin in vascular permeability and in the morphogenic events associated with vascular remodeling. The details of how VE-cadherin functions in adhesion became apparent with structure-function analysis of the cadherin extracellular domain and with the identification of the catenins, a series of cytoplasmic proteins… Expand
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