Collagen XI cross-links with collagen II

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R-HSA-2299620
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Homo sapiens
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Type XI collagen molecules are cross-linked by lysyl oxidase-mediated bonds (Wu & Eyre 1995) primarily in a head-to-tail manner (Eyre et al. 2006). Homopolymers of type XI collagen can form in vitro (Bruckner & van der Rest 1994, Blaschke et al. 2000). Type XI collagen molecules can cross-link with type II collagen forming heterofibrils (Eyre & Wu 2004, 2005).

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PubMed ID Title Journal Year
14602708 Covalent cross-linking of the NC1 domain of collagen type IX to collagen type II in cartilage

Eyre, DR, Pietka, T, Weis, MA, Wu, JJ

J Biol Chem 2004
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