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Laminins are a family of proteins that are an integral part of the structural scaffolding of basement membranes in almost every animal tissue.

They are cell adhesion molecules.

They are what holds one cell of our bodies to the next cell. Without them, we would literally fall apart.


In their book The Laminins authors Peter Elkblom and Rupert Timpl say, "Electron microscopy reveals a cross-like shape for all laminins investigated so far."

They went on to say that in solution the laminin shapes were more like a flower than a cross.

The strands of laminins do not always stand straight and at right angles, but they do consists of arms, three of which are short and one of which is long.


What is the "glue" that holds your team together?

What is the "glue" that holds your coaching staff together?

Virtues, especially CHARITY, HUMILITY and COURAGE, are great "team-adhesion elements" ...


Virtue = Strength, Lou Judd