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Gene Review

kek2  -  kekkon-2

Drosophila melanogaster

Synonyms: CG4977, CT15962, Dmel\CG4977, Kek2, NB7
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  • Approximately 250 genes implicated in cell adhesion, membrane excitability, and cellular signaling are differentially regulated, including the Kek 2 neuronal cell adhesion protein, which, as we demonstrate, functions as a regulator of synaptic growth [1].
  • The coexpression of kek2 in the CNS leads us to suggest that Kek1 is part of a family of cell surface proteins with redundant function [2].


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