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GRASP: a novel heparin-binding serum glycoprotein that mediates oligodendrocyte-substratum adhesion.Academic Article Why?
Using "click" chemistry to prepare SAM substrates to study stem cell adhesion.Academic Article Why?
Intracellular messengers. Influence of oligodendrocyte substratum adhesion.Academic Article Why?
Oligodendrocyte substratum adhesion modulates expression of adenylate cyclase-linked receptors.Academic Article Why?
Polymer networks with grafted cell adhesion peptides for highly biospecific cell adhesive substrates.Academic Article Why?
Regulation of MDCK cell-substratum adhesion by RhoA and myosin light chain kinase after ATP depletion.Academic Article Why?
Oligodendrocyte proteoglycans: modulation by cell-substratum adhesion.Academic Article Why?
Oligodendrocyte-substratum adhesion activates the synthesis of specific lipid species involved in cell signaling.Academic Article Why?
Substrates for cell adhesion prepared via active site-directed immobilization of a protein domain.Academic Article Why?
Szuchet, SaraPerson Why?
Human endothelial cell interactions with surface-coupled adhesion peptides on a nonadhesive glass substrate and two polymeric biomaterials.Academic Article Why?
Covalent surface immobilization of Arg-Gly-Asp- and Tyr-Ile-Gly-Ser-Arg-containing peptides to obtain well-defined cell-adhesive substrates.Academic Article Why?
A gaussian model for substrates of entangled cross-linked poly(ethylene glycol) in biomedical applications.Academic Article Why?
Cell-substrate interactions.Academic Article Why?
Hubbell, JeffreyPerson Why?
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