Adhesion GPCR Family Subtypes and Products
General Family Information
Adhesion receptors are a family of G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) that consists of 33 human protein receptors, a majority of which are orphan receptors. Work is being done to de-orphanize these. While ligands for many of these receptors remains unknown, ligand profiles and in vitro studies have shown a role for adhesion GPCRs in cell adhesion and migration, and the proper positioning of cells in various organ systems. There is growing evidence that also suggests a relationship in tumour cell metastasis.
|Receptor Family||Receptor||Species||Parental||Stable Cell Lines||Division-Arrested Cells||Membranes|
|Adhesion Class GPCRs||GPR97||human||HEK293T||C1396||DC1396||MC1396|