with collagen

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  • There is a three-dimensional network of cell processes associated with collagen in the tendon.
  • These fibers may then be coated with collagen to promote cell attachment, although collagen has successfully been spun directly into membranes.
  • When tissue is first wounded, blood comes in contact with collagen, triggering blood platelets to begin secreting inflammatory factors.
  • In the 1970s, they created a polymer with collagen fibers and sugar molecules.
  • The clot is eventually lysed and replaced with granulation tissue and then later with collagen.
  • The polymer becomes physically entangled with collagen and other proteins on the tissue surface rather than adhering via a chemical reaction.
  • Von Willebrand factor has been shown to interact with Collagen, type I, alpha 1.
  • Mutations in these genes usually alter the structure, production, or processing of collagen or proteins that interact with collagen.
  • Biglycan interacts with collagen, both via the core protein and GAG chains.
  • In the latter stages of the disease, the pathology is associated with collagen deposition and fibrosis, resulting in organ damage that may be only partially reversible.
  • Remarkably, these two structurally different collagen fibrils are speculated to be formed from the same molecules with Collagen I being the primary collagen found within both structures.
  • Cells are able to form integrin-mediated attachments with collagen, which initiates cytoskeleton assembly and cell motility.
  • Contraction usually does not occur symmetrically; rather most wounds have an 'axis of contraction' which allows for greater organization and alignment of cells with collagen.
  • Collagen vascular diseases can be (but are not necessarily) associated with collagen and blood vessel abnormalities and that are autoimmune in nature.
  • Stone's experience with collagen scaffolds sourced from bovine Achilles tendons led him to focus on other animal tissues that might be useful for orthopaedic reconstruction.
  • Older faces take on more youthful aspects because hyaluronic acid is known to bind with collagen -- the material that supports human facial skin -- and elastin to move more basic nutrients into the skin.
  • It has been reported that biglycan interacts more strongly with collagen type II than collagen type I. Biglycan has been reported to compete with decorin for the same binding site on collagen.
  • Fibronectins are glycoproteins that connect cells with collagen fibers in the ECM, allowing cells to move through the ECM.
  • This 3D scaffold, along with collagen - a major component of the cardiac extracellular matrix - provides the appropriate conditions to promote cardiomyocyte organization, growth and differentiation.
  • The research concluded that "amino silanisation and coating the pSi surface with collagen enhanced cell attachment and spreading".
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