Vilmos A Thomazy

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the presence of high concentrations of LDL (Brown and Goldstein, 1983). It is now clear that uptake of LDL by foam cells is mediated by a group of cell surface proteins termed scavenger receptors. Brown and Goldstein and * The Salk Institute for Biological Studies colleagues were the first to demonstrate that these re-† Howard Hughes Medical Institute(More)
Tissue transglutaminase is a cytosolic enzyme whose primary function is to catalyze the covalent cross-linking of proteins. To investigate the functions of this enzyme in physiological systems, we have established lines of Balb-C 3T3 fibroblasts stably transfected with a constitutive tissue transglutaminase expression plasmid. Several cell lines expressing(More)
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