synaptic cell adhesion molecule

synaptic cell adhesion molecule (synCAM),

a brain-specific immunoglobulin domain-containing protein that functions as a cell adhesion molecule at synapses. Expression of the molecule induces synapse formation between neural cells.
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Cell adhesion molecule Abbreviation Neural cell adhesion molecule NCAM Polysialated neural cell adhesion molecule PSA-NCAM Neuronal cell adhesion molecule NRCAM Immunoglobulin super family IGSF Synaptic cell adhesion molecule SYNCAM Intercellular adhesion molecule 5 ICAM5 Cadherin 13 CDH13 Neurexin 3 NRXN3 Neurexin 2[beta] NRXN2[beta] Neuroligin 3 NLGN3 Neuroligan 1 NLGN1 Neurexin 3[beta] NRXN3[beta] Protein tyrosine phosphatase receptor D PTPRD Protein tyrosine phosphatase receptor B PTPRB CUB and Sushi multiple domains 1 CSMD1 Protein tyrosine phosphatase receptor Z 1 PTPRZ1 Table 2: Gene expression changes after repeated cocaine treatment.
Autism spectrum disorder is related to endoplasmic reticulum stress induced by mutations in the synaptic cell adhesion molecule, CADM1.
Fraering, "Processing of the synaptic cell adhesion molecule neurexin by Alzheimer disease [alpha]- and [gamma]-secretases," The Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.