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In 67% of all 960 cell–cell contacts binding and subsequent rupture events were not detected (Fig. 3). These 67% of force-distance curves (0–5 pN) showing no apparent rupture events were omitted from the histogram (0–5 pN). In this example the Fig. 9. VLA-4–VCAM-1 mediates cell–cell adhesion under flow conditions. 3 endothelial cells (left photomicrograph). Function-blocking antibodies against VLA-4 can completely block this receptor–ligand interaction (right). H. Eibl Fig. 10. Single-molecule AFM force spectrum of cell–cell interactions identifying VLA-4– VCAM-1 receptor-ligand bonds.
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