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Sentences with the noun Adhesion

3 examples:

Scientists have now discovered why the specific shape is advantageous for adhesion.
(Science Daily - News, )

Researchers enhanced the Gecko adhesion principle such that adhesion can be switched on and off in vacuum.
(Science Daily - News, )

Researchers describe the role of endomucin, a molecule that -- under healthy circumstances -- resists the adhesion of white blood cells as they move through the circulatory system.
(Science Daily - News, )

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Wet adhesion is a true engineering challenge.
(Science Daily - News, )

How focal adhesion dynamics are regulated remains unclear.
(Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology, )

When a gecko moves on a ceiling it makes use of adhesion and stiction.
(Nature, )

Focal adhesion kinase (FAK) is frequently overexpressed in solid tumours.
(Nature Communications, )

Integrins are activatable molecules that are involved in adhesion and signalling.
(Nature Reviews Drug Discovery, )

Catch bonds have a role in bacterial adhesion and infection by uropathogenic E. coli.
(Nature Communications, )

Protein phosphorylation is known to play an important role in cell adhesion signalling.
(Nature Communications, )

Podosomes are actin-rich adhesion structures that show periodic oscillations in stiffness.
(Nature Communications, )

Researchers describe new work exploring the subtleties of geckos' adhesion system mechanism.
(Science Daily - News, )

This adhesion method is exceptional because of its potential spectrum of clinical applications.
(Science Daily - News, )

Integrins are transmembrane proteins that have important roles in cell adhesion and signalling.
(Nature Communications, )

Epithelial cells must position their mitotic spindle correctly to maintain cell–cell adhesion.
(Nature Communications, )

The replicas possess natural adhesion properties from the pollen while gaining magnetic behavior.
(Science Daily - News, )

Biological adhesion is mediated by specific lock and key interactions between ligand receptor pairs.
(Nature Communications, )

Syndecan-4 is a surface protein implicated in the regulation of cytoskeleton, adhesion and migration.
(Nature Communications, )

The endothelial cell receptor mediating meningococcal adhesion to blood vessels has previously been unknown.
(Nature Medicine, )

Lymphotoxin regulates lymphoid organ architecture and adhesion molecules involved in lymphocyte trafficking.
(Nature Communications, )

Polymer brush surface coatings are important biomaterials for the reduction of biomolecule and cell adhesion.
(Nature Communications, )

Here the authors show that TLR4 on platelets promotes their adhesion to tumour cells and enhances metastasis.
(Nature Communications, )

FLRT proteins are known to interact with Lphns and Unc5s, mediating cell adhesion and repulsion respectively.
(Nature Communications, )

Intercellular adhesion molecules (ICAMs) participate in cellular processes such as host-pathogen interactions.
(Nature Communications, )

Studies imply that cell adhesion geometry during interphase dictates the orientation of the cell division axis.
(Nature Communications, )

The power of the data set was illustrated by identifying novel adhesion molecules in glia and neuron interaction.
(Nature Neuroscience, )

For decades scientists have known that human cells must recycle their adhesion receptors to enable cell motility.
(Science Daily - News, )

Blood vessel development depends upon endothelial cell migration and adhesion, which are regulated by Rho-GTPases.
(Nature Communications, )

Imaging mechanical tension experienced by single adhesion molecules in living cells remains a significant challenge.
(Nature Communications, )

The mechanical properties of metal nanostructures depend on nature of the adhesion layer attaching it to a substrate.
(Nature Communications, )

Until now, there was no entirely satisfactory method of obtaining adhesion between two gels or two biological tissues.
(Science Daily - News, )

Adhesion forces depend on the strength and density of the individual molecular interactions of which they are composed.
(Nature Communications, )

Here, Yoon et al . propose the use of cilia-like structure to improve adhesion in addition to release mechanical stress.
(Nature Communications, )

Fibronectin fibres are an important component of the extracellular matrix, supporting cell adhesion, growth and migration.
(Nature Communications, )

Cell–cell adhesion molecules and the cytoskeleton determine endothelial cell shape during the formation of blood vessels.
(Nature Communications, )

A research team has found the three-dimensional structure of synaptic adhesion molecules, which orchestrate synaptogenesis.
(Science Daily - News, )

Rap1, a member of the Ras family of small guanine triphosphatases, mediates lymphocyte adhesion to high endothelial venules.
(Nature Communications, )

During collective cell migration, cells establish apicobasal polarity and cell–cell adhesion to allow coordinated movement.
(Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology, )

Synapse formation depends on trans -synaptic interactions between selective pairs of pre- and postsynaptic adhesion molecules.
(Nature Communications, )

Here, the authors reveal how subsurface defects influence the adhesion and wetting of a metal on the surface of a metal oxide.
(Nature Communications, )

Cadherins are calcium-dependent adhesion molecules that can form catch bonds, characterized by longer lifetimes at higher force.
(Nature Communications, )

Langhe et al. show that cadherin-11 mediates adhesion to the cell matrix at focal adhesions through interaction with syndecan-4.
(Nature Communications, )

The mechanisms underlying adhesion between basement membranes, which is important for neighbouring tissue alignment, are unclear.
(Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology, )

Here the authors study nanostraws and show that cell penetration is in fact a rare event, in addition to being adhesion dependent.
(Nature Communications, )

Stiction—static friction—is experienced on microscopic and macroscopic scales and is related to adhesion and sliding friction.
(Nature, )

The mussel byssus is a protein-based fibre which possesses structural and mechanical properties ideally suited to surface adhesion.
(Nature Communications, )

Little is known about how the physical properties of three dimensional (3D) extracellular matrices modulate cell adhesion dynamics.
(Nature Communications, )

Cadherins are typically involved in cell-cell adhesion, however cadherin-11 promotes cell migration through an undefined mechanism.
(Nature Communications, )

Focal adhesion kinase (FAK) is a scaffold and tyrosine kinase protein, critical for proper cardiac function under stress conditions.
(Nature Communications, )

Cells use differences in the binding rates between the extracellular matrix and integrin adhesion receptors to sense matrix rigidity.
(Nature Materials, )

As shown in their new study, the scientists found out that the substrate has a particularly significant impact on the silk’s adhesion.
(Science Daily - News, )

Here Doyle et al. generate 3D collagen gels of varying microarchitecture and quantify the effect on adhesion dynamics and cell motility.
(Nature Communications, )

Appropriately coated, they can be used to mechanically trigger cellular processes such as focal adhesion formation or T cell activation.
(Nature Methods, )

Hernández-Varas et al . quantify the plastic relationship between adhesion size and tension and use modelling to explain this behaviour.
(Nature Communications, )

The Kidlins are proteins found in cell focal adhesion sites where they regulate integrins, and in the nucleus where their role is unknown.
(Nature Communications, )

Here, the authors analyse the effect of graphene charge on DNA adhesion and pore translocation, showing controllable stop-and-go transport.
(Nature Communications, )

Although important for most locomotive processes, the concepts of adhesion, stiction and sliding friction are often only empirically correlated.
(Nature, )

Here, the authors report a new adhesion lithography process, which allows for high-throughput and simple fabrication of nanogap metal electrodes.
(Nature Communications, )

Understanding how adhesion to the niche influences the behaviour of neural stem cells (NSCs) would contribute to our knowledge of tissue renewal.
(Nature Cell Biology, )

Focal adhesion kinase (FAK) is a cytoplasmic protein tyrosine kinase that is overexpressed and activated in several advanced-stage solid cancers.
(Nature Reviews Cancer, )

A role for cell adhesion molecules like nectin-3 in the mechanisms that underlie the behavioural effects of stress have been previously described.
(Nature Communications, )

Here the authors reveal that ACF7 is phosphorylated by Src/FAK, and this regulates actin binding and focal adhesion dynamics in vitro and in vivo.
(Nature Communications, )

In Drosophila, Fasciclin 2 (Fas2) has been mainly studied in the nervous system, yet this adhesion protein is more abundant in the adult renal tubule.
(Nature Communications, )

Phosphorylation of the adhesion molecule VE-cadherin at tyrosine residues modulates the opening of endothelial junctions during inflammatory reactions.
(Nature Immunology, )

Polyelectrolyte complexation triggered by solvent exchange enables robust underwater contact adhesion for plastics, glasses, metals and other surfaces.
(Nature Materials, )

Medical researchers have succeeded in obtaining very strong adhesion between two gels by spreading on their surface a solution containing nanoparticles.
(Science Daily - News, )

Stem cells respond to nanoscale cues from the extracellular matrix or culture substrates by altering cell adhesion, which can in turn define their fate.
(Nature Materials, )

Functional morphologists and polymer scientists show that geckos have a spring-like mechanism in their bodies to enhance adhesion as they become larger.
(Science Daily - News, )

Adhesion is an extremely important factor in living nature: insects can climb up walls, plants can twine up them, and cells are able to adhere to surfaces.
(Science Daily - News, )

Trepat and colleagues conduct a systematic analysis of how key cell–cell adhesion molecules affect intercellular forces and epithelial monolayer dynamics.
(Nature Cell Biology, )

Like the gecko, the gripper has 'tunable adhesion,' meaning that, despite having no moving parts, its effective stickiness can be tuned from strong to weak.
(Science Daily - News, )

In epithelial tissues, the shape of the interphase cell is influenced by cell adhesion, mechanical stress, neighbour topology, and planar polarity pathways.
(Nature, )

In myelinated fibres conduction and adhesion proteins aggregate at discrete foci, but it is unclear if this organization is present in other excitable cells.
(Nature Communications, )

Synaptic adhesion molecules are known to regulate synapse development, but growing evidence indicates that they also regulate synaptic function and plasticity.
(Nature Neuroscience, )

An evolutionarily conserved molecular code, present on cell surface adhesion molecules, is a critical regulator of cell motility, recent research demonstrates.
(Science Daily - News, )

Researchers have demonstrated that the principle of adhesion by aqueous solutions of nanoparticles can be used in vivo to repair soft-tissue organs and tissues.
(Science Daily - News, )

Polarized epithelial cells orient their mitotic spindles in the plane of the sheet but the role of cell adhesion molecules in this process is poorly understood.
(Nature Communications, )

Using nanoscale visualization and in silico techniques, the authors show that adhesion/excitability nodes exist at the intercalated discs of adult cardiac muscle.
(Nature Communications, )

Stiction and adhesion can be reversibly switched by applying different electrochemical potentials to the sample, causing atomic hydrogen to be intercalated or not.
(Nature, )

Here the authors show a role for the adhesion molecule E-cadherin in maintaining the attachment of mesenchymal cells during Drosophila posterior midgut development.
(Nature Communications, )

T cells floating in the CSF were able to reattach to the leptomeninges through steps reminiscent of vascular adhesion in CNS blood vessels, and invade the parenchyma.
(Nature, )

The flight, known as Orbital ATK CRS-6, will deliver investigations to the space station to study fire, meteors, regolith, adhesion, and 3-D printing in microgravity.
(Science Daily - News, )

The resulting nanoparticles possess a right-side-out unilamellar membrane coating functionalized with immunomodulatory and adhesion antigens associated with platelets.
(Nature, )

Now scientists have examined five different spider species regarding the adhesion and tensile strength of a particular silk they use to fix the main thread to a surface.
(Science Daily - News, )

He had angled his 1000cc Honda so far over to the right in a corner that even Bridgestone’s stickiest rubber lost adhesion and the Spaniard toppled over at nearly 70mph.
(The Independent - Motor Racing, )

Peng et al. show that the p110δ subunit of phosphoinositide 3-kinase contributes to the formation of these structures by influencing focal adhesion at the basal membrane.
(Nature Communications, )

Here, the authors show the C1q is expressed in the tumour microenvironment and can promote cancer cell migration and adhesion in a complement activation-independent manner.
(Nature Communications, )

Chromatin immunoprecipitation identified several direct SOX2 target genes controlling tumour stemness, survival, proliferation, adhesion, invasion and paraneoplastic syndrome.
(Nature, )

Here the authors dissect distinct roles for two actin-binding sites within talin on adhesion complex assembly and maturation, which are regulated by vinculin binding to talin.
(Nature Communications, )

The fabrication of smart textiles is currently relying on the printing of ultrathin electronics on fabric, which is subject to the poor adhesion between electronics and textile.
(Nature Communications, )

Here, Gohad et al. show that the barnacle larval bioadhesive contains lipids and phosphoproteins that are organized in a complex structure and work together to maximize adhesion.
(Nature Communications, )

Chaperone–usher pili are found on many bacterial pathogens; for example, in uropathogenic Escherichia coli, they are involved in adhesion to host tissues and biofilm formation.
(Nature Reviews Microbiology, )

Previous studies suggest that Cyclin D1 may regulate cell adhesion and migration but the mechanisms underlying such regulation and the relevance to cancer development are unknown.
(Nature Communications, )

Their enhanced expression of adhesion molecules and reduced requirement for co-stimulation enables them to mount potent and rapid recall responses to subsequent antigen encounters.
(Nature Reviews Nephrology, )

Researchers have identified the molecular mechanism that the bacterium's best-known adhesion protein uses to attach to stomach sugars and evade the body's attempts to 'flush' it away.
(Science Daily - News, )

Although the change in adhesion can be calculated for the system we study, it is not yet possible to determine the stiction at such a solid–liquid interface using ab initio methods.
(Nature, )

Here the authors show that depending on its activation status Rap1 plays a dual role in T cell adhesion and by regulating T cell homeostasis is involved in the protection from colitis.
(Nature Communications, )

Mutations in GPR56, a member of the adhesion G protein-coupled receptor family, cause a specific human brain malformation and myelination defects but the cellular causes remain unclear.
(Nature Communications, )

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