What is the oligomeric structure of integrin?, and
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The oligomeric structure of integrin has the following components: 1. Ectodomains.... View the full answer
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Integrins - These are the transmembrane glycoproteins and act as principal cell-matrix adhesion molecules. They are... View the full answer