Vitronectin exists in two structurally and functionally distinct forms in human plasma.


Vitronectin (serum spreading factor, S-protein or epibolin) is a plasma glycoprotein implicated in cell adhesion, as well as in the regulation of complement-mediated cytolysis and antithrombin III function. Vitronectin was found to exist in fresh human plasma as a heterogeneous mixture consisting of 2% heparin-binding form and the remainder as a non-binding… (More)


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