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Cell-cell adhesion interface: orthogonal and parallel forces from contraction, protrusion, and retraction.
Tang VW. F1000Res 2018 - Review. PMID 30345009 Free PMC article.
Mechanical force, when applied to the lateral cell-cell interface, can modulate the strength of adhesion and influence intercellular dynamics. Yet the relationship between mechanical force and epithelial cell behavior is complex and not completely understood. This commentary aims to provide an investigative look at the usage of cellular forces at the epithelial cell-cell adhesion interface....
Mechanical force, when applied to the lateral cell-cell interface, can modulate the strength of adhesion and influence …
The hallmarks of cell-cell fusion.
Hernández JM and Podbilewicz B. Development 2017 - Review. PMID 29254991 Free article.
Cell-cell fusion is essential for fertilization and organ development. Dedicated proteins known as fusogens are responsible for mediating membrane fusion. ...The mechanical force exerted by cell fusogens and the accompanying lipidic rearrangements constitute the hallmarks of cell-cell fusion. ...
Cell-cell fusion is essential for fertilization and organ development. Dedicated proteins known as fusogens are responsible fo
Cell adhesion properties of human defensins.
Howell K and de Leeuw E. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 2018. PMID 29800568
In this study, we describe the effect on cell morphology and cell adhesion of human defensins. We find that Human Defensin 5, the major product of specialized gut epithelial cells, causes changes in cell morphology. HD-5 induces cell adhesion, binds to fibronectin and facilitates binding of T cells to intestinal epithelial cells. These effects were found also for a second prominent defensing, termed Human Neutrophil peptide-1, but not for other human defensins....
In this study, we describe the effect on cell morphology and cell adhesion of human defensins. We find that Human Defen …
Cell adhesion assays.
Weitz-Schmidt G and Chreng S. Methods Mol Biol 2012. PMID 21909903
Standard adhesion assays measure cell binding either to immobilized ligands or to cell monolayers in flat-well microtiter plates under static conditions. ...This simple and reproducible method has been validated with different classes of adhesion molecule families (selectins and integrins) and is adaptable to several other adhesive interactions. ...
Standard adhesion assays measure cell binding either to immobilized ligands or to cell monolayers in flat-well microtit …
Initial Cell Adhesion onto a Phospholipid Polymer Brush Surface Modified with a Terminal Cell Adhesion Peptide.
Inoue Y, et al. ACS Appl Mater Interfaces 2018. PMID 29652126
Adhesion is affected by the ligand molecules in the adsorbed protein layers on the material's surface. This study aimed to quantitatively analyze the initial cell adhesion onto a polymeric surface modified with immobilized cell adhesion molecules with a well-defined structure. ...The poly(MPC) brush surface carrying immobilized cell adhesion molecules has the potential to analyze precisely the effect of the properties of cell adhesion molecules on initial cell adhesion....
Adhesion is affected by the ligand molecules in the adsorbed protein layers on the material's surface. This study aimed to quantitati
Characterizing cell adhesion by using micropipette aspiration.
Hogan B, et al. Biophys J 2015. PMID 26200857 Free PMC article.
We have developed a technique to directly quantify cell-substrate adhesion force using micropipette aspiration. The micropipette is positioned perpendicular to the surface of an adherent cell and a constant-rate aspiration pressure is applied. ...Taking into account the cell adhesion area, intrinsic parameters of the adhesion bonds, and the loading rate, a minimal model provides an expression for the critical stress that helps rationalize our experimental results....
We have developed a technique to directly quantify cell-substrate adhesion force using micropipette aspiration. The micropipet …
Cell adhesion: the molecular basis of tissue architecture and morphogenesis.
Gumbiner BM. Cell 1996 - Review. PMID 8608588 Free article.
A variety of cell adhesion mechanisms underlie the way that cells are organized in tissues. Stable cell interactions are needed to maintain the structural integrity of tissues, and dynamic changes in cell adhesion participate in the morphogenesis of developing tissues. Stable interactions actually require active adhesion mechanisms that are very similar to those involved in tissue dynamics. Adhesion mechanisms are highly regulated during tissue morphogenesis and are intimately related to the processes of cell motility and cell migration. ...
A variety of cell adhesion mechanisms underlie the way that cells are organized in tissues. Stable cell interactions ar …
Cell adhesion in epidermal development and barrier formation.
Sumigray KD and Lechler T. Curr Top Dev Biol 2015 - Review. PMID 25733147 Free PMC article.
Cell-cell adhesions are necessary for structural integrity and barrier formation of the epidermis. Here, we discuss insights from genetic and cell biological studies into the roles of individual cell-cell junctions and their composite proteins in regulating epidermal development and function. ...These studies have revealed that cell adhesion proteins are connected to many aspects of tissue physiology including growth control, differentiation, and inflammation....
Cell-cell adhesions are necessary for structural integrity and barrier formation of the epidermis. Here, we discuss ins
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