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Cell adhesion receptors and early mammalian heart development: an overview.
Cardiovascular development is the end result of a complex genetic program subject to regulation by signals transmitted between a cell and its extracellular environment. As cells encounter newExpand
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Structure / Function Analysis of the Integrin / 31 Subunit by Epitope Mapping
Monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) have been produced against the chicken/3, subunit that affect integrin functions, including ligand binding, ot subunit association, and regulation of ligand specificity.Expand
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Structure/function analysis of the integrin beta 1 subunit by epitope mapping
Monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) have been produced against the chicken beta 1 subunit that affect integrin functions, including ligand binding, alpha subunit association, and regulation of ligandExpand
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Cytoplasmic and transmembrane domains of integrin beta 1 and beta 3 subunits are functionally interchangeable
Integrin beta subunits combine with specific sets of alpha subunits to form functional adhesion receptors. The structure and binding properties of integrins suggest the presence of domainsExpand
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Expression patterns of adhesion receptors in the developing mouse lung: functional implications.
A detailed, immunohistological study of mouse lung development from the first appearance of primary lung buds off the laryngo tracheal groove through the formation of the mature, adult lung has beenExpand
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The mouse VLA-2 homologue supports collagen and laminin adhesion but not virus binding.
Human VLA-2 (alpha 2 beta 1) mediates cellular adhesion to collagen and laminin and cell attachment by the human pathogen echovirus 1. We report here the cloning, sequencing and functional expressionExpand
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Immunohistochemical and molecular analysis of beta 1 and beta 3 integrins.
The expression and function of integrin subunits was examined by immunohistochemical staining of normal and malignant tissues and by producing specific changes in avian beta subunit cDNA that wereExpand
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Cytoplasmic and Transmembrane Domains ofIntegrin ßl and ß 3 Subunits Are Functionally Interchangeable
Integrin ß subunits combine with specific sets of a subunits to form functional adhesion receptors . The structure and binding properties of integrins suggest the presence of domains controlling atExpand
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Distribution of therapeutic response in asthma control
From the authors: We are in agreement with G.L. Braunstein's comment that it is important to discuss end­points that are of clinical relevance to patients and to describe not just average valuesExpand
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