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Cell Adhesion Receptors in Atherogenesis

Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research
Investigator(s): Jeffrey Smith, Ph.D.
Award Cycle: 1994 (Cycle 3) Grant #: 3RT-0258A Award: $170,341
Subject Area: Cardiovascular Disease
Award Type: Research Project Awards
Abstracts
Publications

Ca2+ suppresses cell adhesion to osteopontin by attenuating binding affinity for integrin alpha-v-beta-3
Periodical: Journal of Biological Chemistry Index Medicus:
Authors: Hu DD, Hoyer JR, Smith JW ART
Yr: 1995 Vol: 270 Nbr: 17 Abs: Pg: 9917-9925

A biochemical characterization of the binding of osteopontin to integrins alpha-v-beta-1 and alpha-v-beta-5
Periodical: Journal of Biological Chemistry Index Medicus:
Authors: Hu DD, Lin ECK, Kovach NL, Hoyer JR, Smith JW ART
Yr: 1995 Vol: 270 Nbr: 44 Abs: Pg: 26232-26238

Building synthetic antibodies as adhesive ligands for integrins
Periodical: Journal of Biological Chemistry Index Medicus:
Authors: Smith JW, Hu D, Satterthwait A, Pinz-Sweeny S, Barbas, CF ART
Yr: 1994 Vol: 269 Nbr: Abs: Pg: 32788-32795

The type III connecting segment of fibronectin contains an aspartic acid residue that regulates the rate of binding to integrin alpha-4 beta-1
Periodical: Cell Communication and Adhesion Index Medicus:
Authors: Jongewaard IN, Tsai PM, Smith JW ART
Yr: 1996 Vol: 3 Nbr: Abs: Pg: 487-495