neurofascin


neurofascin
Axon-associated adhesion molecule of the vertebrate nervous system. Contains 6 Ig-like motifs and 4 fibronectin type II repeats. (Related to Ng-CAM, Nr-CAM).

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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