|Statement||papers by Nicholas W. Seeds, Beatrice B. Garber, Irving Goldschneider, et al.|
|Series||MSS" series on the mechanism of cell-cell interactions and communication,, v. 1|
|Contributions||Seeds, Nicholas W., Garber, Beatrice B., Goldschneider, Irving.|
|LC Classifications||QH604.2 .M17 vol. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||198 p. :|
|Number of Pages||198|
|LC Control Number||74009984|
Book Description. Offers a detailed introduction to the fundamental phenomena that govern cell adhesion and describes bioengineering processes that employ cell adhesion, focusing on both biochemical and biomedical applications. Molecular recognition is important in cell adhesion and aggregation. Also, in pathogenesis, molecular recognition plays a key function, as the first steps in the infectious process are caused by interaction of microbial molecules with receptors on the host cell surface (Gaboriaud and Dufrêne, ). The first book to offer a comprehensive review of the subject, Red Blood Cell Aggregation tackles these and other questions related to red blood cell (RBC) aggregates. The book covers basic, clinical, and physiological aspects of this important biophysical phenomenon and integrates these areas with concepts in by: Microbial Adhesion and Aggregation Report of the Dahlem Workshop on Microbial Adhesion and Aggregation Berlin , January 15–
Role of cell aggregation protein in adhesion in vitro and in vivo. In Novel methods for probiotic research: 2nd Workshop Demonstation of the Nutritional Functionality of . Cell aggregation assays have been set up to test the functionality of the complex in epithelioid tumor cells. Functional integrity of the complex is a prerequisite for cell-cell adhesion between epithelial cells, and measuring cell aggregation in vitro has thus become another elegant tool to study differences between invasive and noninvasive cell types. Molecules making up the Ca2+-independent cell-cell adhesion sites (CIDS) of Chinese hamster V79 cells have been investigated. Previous studies showed that Fab fragments (Fab) of the antibody raised against the surface of V79 cells inhibit the Ca2+-independent aggregation of V79 cells, and that this inhibitory effect is neutralized by the addition of some proteinous substance released from the. Cell Aggregation - Science topic The phenomenon by which dissociated cells intermixed in vitro tend to group themselves with cells of their own type. Questions (75).
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