Assembly of fibronectin molecules with mutations or deletions of the carboxyl-terminal type I modules.

@article{Sottile1993AssemblyOF,
  title={Assembly of fibronectin molecules with mutations or deletions of the carboxyl-terminal type I modules.},
  author={Joe Sottile and Deane F Mosher},
  journal={Biochemistry},
  year={1993},
  volume={32 6},
  pages={1641-7}
}
Fibronectin is a large modular protein that is assembled into fibrils in a stepwise process that involves the binding of soluble fibronectin to the cell surface and formation of fibronectin multimers that are stabilized by disulfides. Fibronectin contains two types of disulfide-containing repeat modules, types I and II. The type I modules form units that mediate binding to assembly sites (I-1 through I-5), mediate binding to gelatin (I-6 through I-9 plus the type II modules), or have no known… CONTINUE READING

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