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Pathways reviewed by Reinhardt, Dieter P (2327731)

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1566977 Fibronectin matrix formation

Details on Person Reinhardt, Dieter P

Class:IdPerson:2327731
_displayNameReinhardt, Dieter P
_timestamp2017-08-22 20:39:18
created[InstanceEdit:2327748] Jupe, S, 2012-06-21
firstnameDieter P
initialDP
surnameReinhardt
(author)[LiteratureReference:2327704] Fibrillin assembly requires fibronectin
[LiteratureReference:2395238] Fibrillin-1 interactions with fibulins depend on the first hybrid domain and provide an adaptor function to tropoelastin
[LiteratureReference:2395346] Latent transforming growth factor beta-binding protein 1 interacts with fibrillin and is a microfibril-associated protein
[LiteratureReference:2514804] Classical and neonatal Marfan syndrome mutations in fibrillin-1 cause differential protease susceptibilities and protein function
[LiteratureReference:2537628] Versican interacts with fibrillin-1 and links extracellular microfibrils to other connective tissue networks
[LiteratureReference:2537677] Biogenesis of extracellular microfibrils: Multimerization of the fibrillin-1 C terminus into bead-like structures enables self-assembly
[InstanceEdit:3095962] Reinhardt, Dieter P, 2013-02-08
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