Angiopoietins have distinct modular domains essential for receptor binding, dimerization and superclustering

@article{Davis2003AngiopoietinsHD,
  title={Angiopoietins have distinct modular domains essential for receptor binding, dimerization and superclustering},
  author={Samuel H Davis and Nick Papadopoulos and Thomas H. Aldrich and Peter C. Maisonpierre and Tammy T. Huang and Ľubom{\'i}r Kov{\'a}{\vc} and April Xu and R. M. Leidich and Elzbieta Radziejewska and Ashique Rafique and Judah Goldberg and Vivek Jain and Kevin Bailey and Margaret L. Karow and Jim Fandl and Steven J. Samuelsson and Ella Ioffe and John S. Rudge and Thomas J. Daly and Czeslaw Radziejewski and George D. Yancopoulos},
  journal={Nature Structural Biology},
  year={2003},
  volume={10},
  pages={146-146}
}
6. Ren, J. et al. Science 284, 955–957 (1999). Fig. 5 Engineered tetramers of Ang1 are useful in vivo reagents. a, Pharmacokinetic analysis of Ang-F1-Fc-F1 in mice, depicting circulating levels at indicated times after subcutaneous injection. b, In vivo phosphorylation of Tie2 stimulated by subcutaneous injection of Ang-F1-Fc-F1, assayed 24 h after injection. Tie2 was immunoprecipitated from 1 mg of lung lysate and immunoblotted either with anti-phosphotyrosine to detect phosphorylated Tie2… CONTINUE READING
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