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All Articles for Topic: Gap Junctions
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1990 (Volume 21, No. 2)Gap Junctions: Conduits for Cell/Cell CommunicationProteinaceous rings, embedded in cell membranes and linking adjacent cells, appear to be critical to nerve function and to have important roles in metabolism, differentiation, and development. Many difficult questions remain to be answered about their nature, form, and function. Edward EdelsonPDF


 

 
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