The inhibitory anti-beta1 integrin monoclonal antibody 13 recognizes an epitope that is attenuated by ligand occupancy. Evidence for allosteric inhibition of integrin function.

Abstract

Integrin-ligand binding causes conformational changes in the integrin, as evidenced by the increased expression of epitopes known as ligand-induced binding sites. Some monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) that recognize ligand-induced binding sites stimulate ligand binding, possibly by stabilizing the ligand-occupied conformation of the integrin. Here we have… (More)

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