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A family of molecules on cell surfaces that cause them to stick to one another.

Synaptic stabilization by cell adhesion molecules
Synaptic stabilization by cell adhesion molecules


Other names

Cell adhesion molecules are also called by it's abbreviation:CAMs


Cell adhesion molecules are cell adhesion proteins located on the cell surface


The epithelial cell adhesion molecule (EpCAM) is a protein found in epithelial cells

Function of EpCAM

EpCAM helps cells stick to one another called cell adhesion.

see also

Fibronectin and pplaminin]]. EPCAM

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