Cellular Adhesion

Cell adhesion, it is the process by which cells interact and attach to a surface, substrate or another cell. Cell adhesion is essential for cell migration and tissue integrity. This process not only promotes the proper functioning of individual cells, but it also allows communication and coordination among groups of cells — including the cells that make up organized communities called tissues. Cell adhesion occurs from the action of Trans membrane glycoproteins called cell adhesion molecules,examples of this adhesion include integrins, syndecans, selectins and cadherins.

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