AMOPAdhesion-associated domain present in MUC4 and other proteins
|SMART accession number:||SM00723|
|Interpro abstract (IPR005533):|
This domain may have a role in cell adhesion [(PUBMED:11893501)]. It is called the AMOP domain after Adhesion associated domain in MUC4 and Other Proteins. This domain is extracellular and contains a number of cysteines that probably form disulphide bridges.
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