CP4: a pneumocyte-derived collagenous surfactant-associated protein. Evidence for heterogeneity of collagenous surfactant proteins.

Abstract

Type II pneumocytes secrete pulmonary surfactant and are known to synthesize SP-35, a collagenous surfactant-associated protein. Freshly isolated type II cells also synthesize other bacterial collagenase-sensitive and hydroxyproline-containing proteins, including a glycoprotein designated CP4. CP4 was isolated from rat pneumocyte culture medium by immune… (More)

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@article{Persson1988CP4AP, title={CP4: a pneumocyte-derived collagenous surfactant-associated protein. Evidence for heterogeneity of collagenous surfactant proteins.}, author={Anders Persson and Kristal C Rust and D. Chang and Michael M. Moxley and William J. Longmore and Eddie Crouch}, journal={Biochemistry}, year={1988}, volume={27 23}, pages={8576-84} }