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Cell adhesion molecules are complex protein and carbohydrate molecules of many different types found on the surfaces of all cells. They are important in many aspects of cell biology including development, differentiation, and motility. These processes are frequently disturbed in cancer and recent work has demonstrated that disturbances in cell adhesion molecule expression are also common in malignancy.


Journal article


Curr Opin Oncol

Publication Date





142 - 148


Animals, Antigens, CD, Cadherins, Cell Adhesion Molecules, Humans, Immunoglobulins, Integrins, Neoplasms