By J. M. Foidart, A. Noel, H. Emonard, B. Nusgens, Ch. M. Lapiere (auth.), Alain O. A. Miller (eds.)
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The arginine, glycine and aspartic acid are essential for activity, while the serine residue can be replaced by a limited number of other amino acids (Piersbacher and Ruoslahti, 1984b). Synthetic peptides containing the RGO sequence mediate cell attachment directly when presented to cells as an insoluble substrate, whereas in solution the peptides inhibit cell attachment to fibronectin. Meanwhile it has become clear that the RGD-sequence is of crucial biological importance. , 1987), osteopontin (Oldberg, 1986), and perhaps other proteins.
Although the human fibronectin receptor is clearly related to the avian receptor isolated with monoclonal antibody CSAT, some intriguing differences remain unexplained. , 1986). It is possible that the trimeric complex isolated with the CSAT monoclonal antibody in fact represents a mixture of two heterodimeric receptors, one for laminin and the other for fibronectin, which would be possible if these putative laminin and fibronectin receptors shared a common subunit recognized by the CSAT monoclonal antibody.
Advanced Research on Animal Cell Technology by J. M. Foidart, A. Noel, H. Emonard, B. Nusgens, Ch. M. Lapiere (auth.), Alain O. A. Miller (eds.)