Guidebook to the Extracellular Matrix and Adhesion Proteins

Paperback | July 22, 1999

EditorThomas Kreis, Ronald Vale

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This new edition of Guidebook to the Extracellular Matrix and Adhesion Proteins brings up-to-date information on the purification, activities, antibodies and genes for the proteins found in the extracellular matrix and those known to be involved in cell-cell contact and adhesion. Since thefirst edition much has been learned on the structure of these proteins and their diverse roles in cell communication and metabolite exchange. The Sambrook and Tooze guidebooks provide succinct and up-to-date information on particular classes of important biological molecules, accompanied by shortbibliographies, which enable both specialists and newcomers to the field to gain access to unfamiliar work. Drawing on a wide range of sources, this volume addresses all aspects of the structure and function of modules in the extracellular matrix, adhesion molecules, cell adhesion and cell-cellcontact proteins.

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This new edition of Guidebook to the Extracellular Matrix and Adhesion Proteins brings up-to-date information on the purification, activities, antibodies and genes for the proteins found in the extracellular matrix and those known to be involved in cell-cell contact and adhesion. Since thefirst edition much has been learned on the stru...

Kreis died September 1998

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Format:PaperbackPublished:July 22, 1999Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198599587

ISBN - 13:9780198599586

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Table of Contents

Louis Reichardt: IntroductionJurgen Engel: Modules in ECM and Adhesion MoleculesArthur Lander: ProteoglycansSection 1: ECM MoleculesKurt Doege: AggrecanBruce Wallace and U.J. McMahan: AgrinLarry Fisher: Biglycan (BGN)Larry Fisher: Bone SialoproteinPaul Goetnick: Cartillage Matrix ProteinSusan Hockfield: Cat-301 ProteoglycanPalmer Taylor: CholinesterasesB. Olsen: CollagensLarry Fisher: DecorinPaul Wasserman: Egg Zona Pellucida GlycoproteinsRobert P. Mecham: ElastinZaverio M. Ruggeri: Fibrinogen-FibrinAke Oldberg: FibromodulinRichard Hynes: FibronectinW. Scott Argraves: FibulinBryan Toole: Hyaluronan, Hyaluronan Synthases and Hyaluronan Binding ProteinsRupert Timpl and Takako Sasaki: LamininsPaul Goetnick: Link ProteinJ. Burchell and Joyce Taylor-Papadimitriou: MucinsPatricia Crisanti: NectinepsinT. Serafini, Marc Tessier-Lavigne, and J. Culotti: NetrinRupert Timpl: NidogenCecilia Giachelli: OsteopontinBill Boyle: OsteoprotegerinShukti Chakravarti: PerlecanTom Curran: ReelinGary Wessel: Sea urchin ECM proteinsAdam Koppel and John Raper: SemaphorinsHelene Sage and Alexander Redlitz: SPARC (osteonectin/BM40)Ruth Chiquet-Ehrismann: TenascinsJack Lawler: ThrombospondinsDieter Zimmerman: VersicanDeborah Hall: VitronectinZaverio Ruggeri and Jerry Ware: von Willebrand FactorMark Sternlicht and Zena Werb: Section II: ECM ProteinasesMark Sternlicht and Zena Werb: Astacin/Tolloid ProteinasesMark Sternlicht and Zena Werb: Lyosomal ProteinasesMark Sternlicht and Zena Werb: Matrix MetaloproteinasesMark Sternlicht and Zena: Neutrophil Elastase and Cathespins GMark Sternlicht and Zena Werb: PlasminogenMark Sternlicht and Zena Werb: Plasminogen InhibitorsMark Sternlicht and Zena Werb: Tissue-type Plasminogen ActivatorSection 2: Cell Adhesion and Cell-Cell Contact ProteinsBirchmeister: IntroductionThiery: The Ig superfamily of adhesion moleculesBehrens: Introduction: Cadherin-mediated signal transductionDans/Giancotti: Signalling via IntergrinsPrimakoff/Myles: ADAMsJohnson/Wheelock/Takeichi: CadherinsC C-CAM and ontherCEA-related CAMsObrink: Dustin/Springer: CD2/LFA-3Pure/Hodge-Dufour: CD44Shur: Cell Surface GalactosyltransferaseMoser: Chemokine ReceptorsBesmer: C-Kit Receptor Tyrosine Kinase - Kit Ligand / Stem Cell FactorPaul: ConnexinsFaix/Gerisch: Contact site ALeonardo/Tessier-Lavigne/Culotti: DCC FamilyHenry/Campbell: DystroglycanEigenthaler/Shattil: -EndonexinLitvinoff: Ep-CAM (Epithelial Cell Adhesion Molecule)Hortsch: Fascilin IHortsch: Fascilin IIHortsch: Fascilin IIIHemler: IntergrinsBrown/Lindberg: Intergrin-Associated ProteinDustin/Springer: ICAMs (Intracellular Adhesion Molecules)Veugelers/David: GlypicansLevitt/Pimenta: LAMP (Limbic System Associated Membrane Protein)Ruggeri/Ware: Leucine-Rich Repeat Family of ProteinsDustin/Springer: LFA-1Krissansen/Leung/Lehnert: MAdCam-1Sastry/Esekowitz: MBP (Mannose Binding Proteins)Story/Ploegh: MHC class I and IIColman: Myelin Sheath ProteinsColman: LipophilinsMcKerracher/Dunn: MAG (Myelin Associated Glycoprotein)Colman: MBP (Myelin Basic ProteinsColman: MOG (Myelin Oligodendrocyte Glycoprotein)Colman: Po (Peripheral Myelin Protein 22)Colman: PMP22 (Peripheral Myelin Protein 22)Brummendorf: NCAM (Neural Cell Adhesion Molecule)Brummendorf: Neural Cell Recognition Molecule F11 (Contaction)Brummendorf: Neural Cell Recognition Molecule L1 (Contaction)Volkner: NeurofascinHortsch: NeuroglianJimenez/Piovant: NeurotactinSun/Caron/Artavanis-Tsakonas: Notch/Delta/SerrateVolkner/Brummendorf: NrCAM (NgCAM related cell adhesion molecule)Tsukita: OccludinPECAM-1/CD31Primakoff/Myles: PH-20Ruggeri/Ware: Platelet GP Ib-IX-V ComplexRosen: SelectinsVestweber: Selectin LigandsKramer: Sevenless and Bride of SevenlessFitzgerald/Bernfield: SyndecansFurley-Sonderegger: TAG-1/Axonin-1Jakobs: TCR/CD3 complexes and the CD4 and CD8 co-receptorsRubenstein/Boucheix: TetraspansCulotti/Hinck/Tessier-Lavigne: UNC-5 FamilyLobb/Osborn: VCAM-1Johnson: V-V-C2-C2-C2 CAMsLipke/Kurjan: Yeast Sexual Agglutins

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`The book is nicely presented, conveniently sized and competitively priced and will make an excellent companion for those interested generally and specifically in cell adhesion.'A.I. Magee, FEBS Letters 337 (1994)