intercellular adhesion molecule

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intercellular adhesion molecule

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ICAM

Any of a group of immunoglobulin-like proteins on the surface of cells that help them bind to each other or to the extracellular matrix that surrounds them. These proteins also participate in cell-to-cell signaling, cytokine production, and cellular reproduction.
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In addition to Gillespie, other ICAM development team members are Lt.
Also ICAM levels showed a positive correlation with atherosclerosis disease burden.
ICAM uses a wide range of instruments for multi-scale imaging - including X-rays and microscopes - which allow researchers not only to observe a crack in a flange, for example, but also to determine the origins of the crack at the atomic level.
Teniendo en cuenta el rango de representacion numerica del indicador ICAM y comparando los resultados obtenidos para la zona 0, para el ano 2009, el indicador tuvo un comportamiento que coincide con el descriptor excelente.
The ICAM attempts to assist students to achieve this highest degree of decision-making sophistication through a series of assignments that seek to ascertain the student's analysis of the data.
Limitations: Only Portuguese companies can apply for ICAM aid.
Ford used the ICAM 1000 dielectric sensing system from Micromet Instruments, Inc.
ICAM 2017--International Conference and Annual Meeting
Remember that the ICAM is just the opposite of the ACADA when it comes to testing.
Some of their names sound like the fuel systems of fancy sports cars: VCAM, ICAM and NCAM.
Sometimes the only fix is to send an ICAM to DOL, which costs time and trouble.
The agreement allows FEMSA to define suppliers for the different components of its ICAM roadmap that can fully leverage the benefits of ImageWares state-of-the-art cloud-based technology.