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  1. Role of osteopontin in the pathophysiology of cancer.

    Matrix Biology 37:131 (2014) PMID 24657887

    We hope to provide a broad perspective on the importance of OPN in the pathophysiology of cancer. Published by Elsevier B.V....
  2. Announcement - MBE Meeting.

    Matrix Biology 33:77 (2014) PMID 24559888

  3. Pathophysiology of the microfibril/elastic fiber system: introduction

    Matrix Biology 19(6):455 (2000)

  4. Human perlecan immunopurified from different endothelial cell sources has different adhesive properties for vascular cells.

    Matrix Biology 18(2):163 (1999) PMID 10372557

    Perlecan, a major heparan sulfate proteoglycan of vascularized tissues, was immunopurified from media conditioned by human endothelial cells of both arterial and venous origin. The heparan sulfate moiety of perlecan from cultured arterial cells differed in amount and/or composition from that produce...
  5. Cartilage oligomeric matrix protein and its binding partners in the cartilage extracellular matrix: interaction, regulation and role in chon...

    Matrix Biology 37:102 (2014) PMID 24997222

    Thrombospondins (TSPs) are widely known as a family of five calcium-binding matricellular proteins. While these proteins belong to the same family, they are encoded by different genes, regulate different cellular functions and are localized to specific regions of the body. TSP-5 or Cartilage Oligome...
  6. Chemotherapy stimulates syndecan-1 shedding: a potentially negative effect of treatment that may promote tumor relapse.

    Matrix Biology 35:215 (2014) PMID 24145151

    We discovered that commonly used anti-myeloma drugs stimulate syndecan-1 shedding both in vitro and in animals bearing myeloma tumors. Enhanced shedding is accompanied by increased syndecan-1 synthesis prior to drug induced tumor cell death. Addition of a caspase inhibitor blocks the drug-induced sh...
  7. Opposing effects of collagen I and vitronectin on fibronectin fibril structure and function.

    Matrix Biology 34:33 (2014) PMID 24509439 PMCID PMC4019769

    We compared effects of cell adhesion to vitronectin versus type I collagen on the assembly of and response to, extracellular matrix fibronectin fibrils. The amount of insoluble fibronectin matrix fibrils assembled by fibronectin-null mouse embryonic fibroblasts adherent to collagen- or vitronectin-c...
  8. Chronic alterations in growth hormone/insulin-like growth factor-I signaling lead to changes in mouse tendon structure.

    Matrix Biology 34:96 (2014) PMID 24080228 PMCID PMC4096334

    We studied three groups of mice; 1) giant transgenic mice that expressed bovine GH (bGH) and had high circulating levels of GH and IGF-I, 2) dwarf mice with a disrupted GH receptor gene (GHR-/-) leading to GH resistance and low circulating IGF-I, and 3) a wild-type control group (CTRL). We measured...
  9. Differential expression of cathepsins K, S and V between young and aged Caucasian women skin epidermis.

    Matrix Biology 33:41 (2014) PMID 23871919

    We investigated the age-related protein expression and activity of cysteine cathepsins and the expression of two endogenous protein inhibitors in young and aged Caucasian women skin epidermis. Immunofluorescence studies indicate that the expression of cathepsins K, S and V, as well as cystatins A an...
  10. Prolyl 3-hydroxylase-1 null mice exhibit hearing impairment and abnormal morphology of the middle ear bone joints.

    Matrix Biology 32(1):39 (2013) PMID 23186870 PMCID PMC3570717

    We report that hearing of the P3H1 null mice is substantially affected. Auditory brainstem responses (ABRs) of the P3H1 null mice show an average increase of 20-30 dB in auditory thresholds. Three dimensional reconstructions of the mutant middle ear bones by Micro-scale X-ray computed tomography (Mi...