The cadherin superfamily of proteins are a group of calcium mediated cell-cell adhesion molecules. Cadherins are responsible for a whole range of processes including development, wound healing, cell-cell signaling, cell growth and differentiation. N-cadherin is found in many locations including cardiac adherins junctions, oral squamous epithelial cells, and breast epithelial cells. Studies have linked N-cadherin to cancer metastasis by showing the aggressive tumor cells had preferentially turned on N-cadherin as opposed to E- or P-cadherin.
cadherin 3, type 1, P-cadherin (placental); Cadherin-3; calcium-dependent adhesion protein, placental; P-cadherin; Placental cadherin; Placental-cadherin; RPE-specific cadherin
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