integrin

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in·te·grin

 (ĭn′tə-grĭn)
n.
Any of a group of transmembrane proteins that bind to certain molecules in the extracellular matrix or on the surface of other cells. They are involved in cell adhesion and motility and in the transmission of signals across the plasma membrane.

integrin

(ɪnˈtɛɡrɪn)
n
a protein that acts as a signal receptor between cells
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These are the Anti-Insulin-like Growth Factor-1 (Anti-IGF-I) receptor monoclonal antibody and replication competent oncolytic virus, whose mechanism of action works by binding to Integrin Alpha4 (ITGA4) expressing CHOK1 and H446.