Research objectives and content The Drosophila irregular chiasm C - roughest (irreC-rst) gene encodes a member of the DM-GRASP subgroup of the neural cell adhesion molecules of the immunoglobulin superfamily.
What does NCAM stand for?
NCAM stands for Neural Cell Adhesion Molecule
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- Northern California Association of Law Libraries
- National Center for Airborne Laser Mapping (University of California, Berkeley and University of Florida)
- National Center for Adoption Law and Policy (Columbus, OH)
- National Center for Agricultural Law Research and Information (University of Arkansas)
- Net-Centric Adapter for Legacy Systems
- National Centre for Applied Learning Technologies (UK)
- National Center for Accessible Media
- National Center for Advanced Manufacturing (New Orleans, LA)
- National Corporation for Antiquities and Museums (Sudan)
- National Cybersecurity Awareness Month
- North Carolina Aviation Museum
- Highly-Polysialylated Neural Cell Adhesion Molecule
- National Center for Advanced Manufacturing-Louisiana Partnership
- Cell Adhesion Molecule, Neural, 1
- North Carolina Amusement Machine Association (Greensboro, NC)
- North County Apartment Managers Association (Encinitas, CA)
- Northern California Alaskan Malamute Association
- Navy Computer-Assisted Medical Diagnosis
- Northwest Coalition Against Malicious Harassment (Seattle, WA)
- National Certification Agency for Medical Laboratory Personnel (Lenexa, KS)
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00 Hardcover QP364 Neural cell adhesion molecules are important both for their role they play in the genesis and maintenance of synaptic connections, and therefore the understanding of neurological disorders and psychiatric conditions, and for their postulated role in the evolution of the human brain.
Through biochemical and immunological techniques, the antigen in the optic tectum was tentatively identified as the human natural killer cell antigen-1 (HNK-1) carbohydrate epitope of neural cell adhesion molecule (NCAM).