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located between cells

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20) These adaptive responses are probably regulated epigenetically and likely involve intra- and intercellular signaling.
In our study, we found that the over expression of DKK4 might promote the proliferation of tumor cells with unclear mechanism and that there is over expression in genes related to cell adhesion, such as FAT3 , PCDH family (including PCDHAI , PCDHB16 , and PCDH14 ), CDH11 , and DCHS1 , and they participate in the adhesion, migration, differentiation, and signal transmission of cells by adjusting the intercellular interaction and interaction between cell and extracellular matrix; they might also be relevant to the progression of GST.
Table-2: Comparison of vessel involvement with intercellular adhesion molecules levels.
The SEPEC cytotoxic factor causes elongation and loss of intercellular junctions in Vero (African green monkey kidney epithelial) cells (data not shown), same as observed in HUVEC cells (Fig.
On direct immunofluorescence (DIF), there is a fishnet pattern of deposition of C3 and IgG in the intercellular spaces of epidermis.
Loss of intercellular bridges leading to acantholysis with few intact intercellular bridges giving a deliapidated brick wall appearance.
The molecules are much more ordered than in other intercellular junctions and the ordering is crucial for strong adhesion.
Most compounds partitioning into the skin are known to intercalate via the intercellular lipid lamellae, however, penetration via keratinized comeocytes is most likely to occur too.
Peptide and protein therapeutics are important drug candidates due to their ubiquitous nature as biological molecules, as well as their ability to control all aspects of cellular function along with many facets of intercellular communication.
The researchers then subjected the samples to a vacuum perfusion process to force the bacterial cells into the intercellular spaces in the leaves.
Fetal anasarca or excessive edema of fetus characterized by accumulation of fluid in subcutaneous tissue and intercellular spaces throughout the body which is the result of a disturbance of fluid exchange and may be of placental origin (Selvaraj et al.
Ceramide 2, the messenger peptide, is the intercellular glue that holds living cells together and assists in enabling skin structures to stay intact and healthy.
Specifically, Liu, a postdoctoral scholar in the laboratories of cell biologist Ken Jacobson and biophysical chemist Nancy Thompson, along with dengue fever expert Aravinda de Silva, used high-resolution microscopes to examine the expression of a particular protein, known as DC-SIGN (for dendritic cell-specific intercellular adhesion molecule-grabbing nonintegrin), on the surface of immune system cells called dendritic cells.
Citation: "Miro1 regulates intercellular mitochondrial transport & enhances mesenchymal stem cell rescue efficacy"; Tanveer Ahmad et al.
Cytokines are regulatory proteins that function as intercellular communicators that assist the immune system in generating a response.