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Cell adhesion


Cell adhesion involves the interplay between Integrins and the adhesion complexes comprised of Integrin-associated multidomain proteins that function as direct Integrin-Actin linkers, of adaptors that interact with the Actin-bound or Integrin-bound components all together forming the physical structure of the adhesion site, and of enzymes that modify such interactions and trigger signaling cascades. Despite the vast molecular complexity, each of them has a unique function on Integrin-mediated adhesion.

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