Vessel wall-dependent metabolic pathways of the adhesive proteins, von-Willebrand-factor and vitronectin.

@article{Preissner1995VesselWM,
  title={Vessel wall-dependent metabolic pathways of the adhesive proteins, von-Willebrand-factor and vitronectin.},
  author={Klaus Theo Preissner and Bernd Poetzsch},
  journal={Histology and histopathology},
  year={1995},
  volume={10 1},
  pages={239-51}
}
The integrity of the vessel wall under quiescent conditions as well as its appropriate responsiveness under conditions of stimulation, inflammation or vascular injury is controlled by a number of adhesive interactions involving distinct cellular receptor systems and various multifunctional adhesive ligands. While a number of these extracellular matrix components of the vessel wall are endogenously produced, secreted and deposited, exogenous adhesion proteins may become translocated from the… CONTINUE READING