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Neural cell adhesion molecules during embryonic induction and development of the kidney
The neural cell adhesion molecules (N-CAM) are a family of related glycoproteins with Mr of 180, 140 and 120 x 10(3) (180K etc.). In the embryo, they are often highly sialylated and migrate as a diffuse band of 170-250K. N-CAM are found in non-neural tissues and we have now studied the expression of N-CAM in the developing mouse kidney. During kidney development, a unique conversion of a mesenchyme to an epithelium occurs and it is thought that this is mediated by an increase in cellpmid:3048972 fatcat:6n4yrgjrszdsbexmulkku33kce