CD antigens related to cell adhesion expressed on Platelets

Cells interact with each other, and their substrate, throughout their lifetime. The adhesion complex that interacts with the cellular substrate, or extracellular matrix, and one that interacts with another cell. These complex cellular structures involve many proteins, such as CD antigens. Cell adhesions can be described as a functional extension of the actin cytoskeleton. Cell adhesions are mediated by either transmembrane cell-adhesion molecules, or adhesion receptors.

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CD antigens chart related to cell adhesion expressed on Platelets

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- CD antigens related to signal transduction
- CD antigens related to adaptive immunity
- CD antigens related to cell adhesion
CD antigens related to cell adhesion expressed on T cells
CD antigens related to cell adhesion expressed on B cells
CD antigens related to cell adhesion expressed on Dendritic cells
CD antigens related to cell adhesion expressed on Endothelial cells
CD antigens related to cell adhesion expressed on Platelets
CD antigens related to cell adhesion expressed on Epithelial cells
CD antigens related to cell adhesion expressed on Granulocytes
CD antigens related to cell adhesion expressed on Macrophages
CD antigens related to cell adhesion expressed on NK cells
CD antigens related to cell adhesion expressed on Stem cells
CD antigens related to cell adhesion expressed on Monocytes
CD antigens related to cell adhesion expressed on Erythrocytes
- CD antigens related to cell migration
- CD antigens related to cell receptor
- CD antigens related to cell activation
- CD antigens related to cell interaction
- CD antigens related to cell inhibition
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