Fibronectin and atherosclerosis.

Abstract

Fibronectin is a polymorphic glycoprotein of plasma, other body fluids and connective tissue, and it occurs in an insoluble and a soluble form. Insoluble fibronectin is found associated with basement membranes and in loose connective tissue matrix as well as in the pericellular matrix formed around cultured adherent cells, such as endothelial, fibroblastic… (More)

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@article{Stenman1980FibronectinAA, title={Fibronectin and atherosclerosis.}, author={Satumarja M Stenman and Karl Johan Albert Von Smitten and Antti I Vaheri}, journal={Acta medica Scandinavica. Supplementum}, year={1980}, volume={642}, pages={165-70} }