By Tony Harris
• How did AJs evolve?
• How do cadherins and catenins engage to gather AJs and mediate adhesion?
• How do AJs interface with different mobile equipment to couple adhesion with the full mobile?
• How do AJs have an effect on cellphone behaviour and multicellular improvement?
• How can irregular AJ job result in disease?
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Adherens Junctions: from Molecular Mechanisms to Tissue Development and Disease: 60 (Subcellular Biochemistry) by Tony Harris