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LI-cadherin is a member of cadherin superfamily which is a Ca2+-dependent cell adhesion protein. Its expression is observed on various types of cells in the human body such as normal small intestine and colon cells, and gastric cancer cells. Because its expression is not observed on normal gastric cells, LI-cadherin is a promising target for gastric cancer imaging. However, since the cell adhesion mechanism of LI-cadherin has remained unknown, rational design of therapeutic molecules targetingdoi:10.1101/2020.09.18.291195 fatcat:txljjmgvtzc73gwbtppa6goqu4