Extracellular Matrix Components: Volume 245

Extracellular Matrix Components: Volume 245

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The proliferation of extracellular matrix family members reflects the progress in cloning techniques in recent years. PCR, in particular, has made a tremendous difference. These technical advances are covered in this volume.
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  • Hardback | 638 pages
  • 159.5 x 236 x 32.5mm | 1,089.84g
  • Academic Press Inc
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • 0121821463
  • 9780121821463

Table of contents

Extracellular Matrix Proteins:
N. Fukai, S.S. Apte, and B.R. Olsen, Nonfibrillar Collagens.
L.Y. Sakai and D.R. Keene, Fibrillin: Monomers and Microfibrils.
S. Schenk and R. Chiquet-Ehrisman, Tenascins.
P. Bornstein and E.H. Sage, Thrombospondins.
U.M. Wewer and E. Engvall, Laminins.
R.U. Margolis and R.K. Margolis, Aggrecan(Versican(Neurocan Family of Proteoglycans.
R.H. Kramer, Characterization of Laminin-Binding Integrins.
S.A. Santoro, M.M. Zutter, J.E. Wu, W.D. Staatz, E.U.M. Saelman, and P.J. Keely, Analysis of Collagen Receptors.
R.J. Faull, X. Du, and M.H. Ginsberg, Receptors on Platelets.
I. Stamenkovic and A. Aruffo, Hyaluronic Acid Receptors.
Extracellular Matrix Components That Do Not Self-Assemble:
A.C. Rapraeger, S. Guimond, A. Krufka, and B.B. Olwin, Regulation by Heparan Sulfate in Fibroblast Growth Factor Signaling.
J.R. Harper, R.C. Spiro, W.A. Gaarde, R.N. Tamura, M.D. Pierschbacher, N.A. Noble, K.K. Stecker, and W.A. Border, Role of Transforming Growth Factor ( and Decorin in Controlling Fibrosis.
Extracellular Matrix in Invertebrates:
J.E. Schwarzbauer, F. Musset-Bilal, and C.S. Ryan, Extracellular Calcium-Binding Protein SPARC/Osteonectin in Caenorhabditis elegans.
L.I. Fessler, R.E. Nelson, and J.H. Fessler, Drosophila Extracellular Matrix.
Modern Methods in Extracellular Matrix Research:
F.G. Giancotti, L. Spinardi, F. Mainiero,and R. Sanders, Expression of Heterologous Integrin Genes in Cultured Eukaryotic Cells.
B.G. Hoffstrom and E.A. Wayner, Immunohistochemical Techniques in the Study of Extracellular Matrix and Its Receptors.
E. Koivunen, B. Wang, C.D. Dickinson, and E. Ruoslahti, Peptides in Cell Adhesion Research.
K.T. ONeil, W.F. DeGrado, S.A. Mousa, N. Ramachandran, and R.H. Hoess, Identification of Recognition Sequences of Adhesion Molecules Using Phage Display Technology.
E.L. George and R.O.Hynes, Gene Targeting and Generation of Mutant Mice for Studies of Cell(Extracellular Matrix Interactions.
R. Pytela, S. Suzuki, J. Breuss, D.J. Erle, and D. Sheppard, Polymerase Chain Reaction Cloning with Degenerate Primers: Homology-Based Identification of Adhesion Molecules.
M.J. Williams and I.D. Campbell, Solution Structures of Modular Proteins by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance.
J. Engel, Electron Microscopy of Extracellular Matrix Components.
P.D. Yurchenco and J.J. ORear, Basement Membrane Assembly.
J.A. McDonald, Extracellular Matrix Assembly.
Use of Extracellular Matrix:
R.J. Blaschke, A.R. Howlett, P.-Y. Desprez, O.W. Petersen, and M.J. Bissell, Cell Differentiation by Extracellular Matrix Components.
J.F. Tschopp, W.S. Craig, J. Tolley, J. Blevitt, C. Mazur, and M.D. Pierschbacher, Therapeutic Application of Matrix Biology.
Author Index.
Subject Index.
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