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journals

Most Cited Articles of Wellcome Trust Centre for Cell-Matrix Research in 2000

TitleJournalYearCitations
Integrin StructureBiochemical Society Transactions2000482
Structural macromolecules and supramolecular organisation of the vitreous gelProgress in Retinal and Eye Research2000377
1 alpha,25-dihydroxyvitamin D(3) inhibits angiogenesis in vitro and in vivoCirculation Research2000350
Identification of collagen fibril fusion during vertebrate tendon morphogenesis. The process relies on unipolar fibrils and is regulated by collagen-proteoglycan interactionJournal of Molecular Biology2000216
Integrin StructureBiochemical Society Transactions2000193
Integrin structureBiochemical Society Transactions2000142
Molecular basis of ligand recognition by integrin alpha 5beta 1. I. Specificity of ligand binding is determined by amino acid sequences in the second and third NH2-terminal repeats of the alpha subunitJournal of Biological Chemistry200080
Identification in vitreous and molecular cloning of opticin, a novel member of the family of leucine-rich repeat proteins of the extracellular matrixJournal of Biological Chemistry200075
Towards a fibrous composite with dynamically controlled stiffness: lessons from echinodermsBiochemical Society Transactions200069
Role of pericytes in vascular calcification: a reviewClinical Research in Cardiology200065
The analysis of intermolecular interactions in concentrated hyaluronan solutions suggest no evidence for chain–chain associationBiochemical Journal200057
Tip-mediated fusion involving unipolar collagen fibrils accounts for rapid fibril elongation, the occurrence of fibrillar branched networks in skin and the paucity of collagen fibril ends in vertebratesMatrix Biology200052
Molecular basis of ligand recognition by integrin alpha5beta 1. II. Specificity of arg-gly-Asp binding is determined by Trp157 OF THE alpha subunitJournal of Biological Chemistry200050
Characterization of hydra type IV collagen. Type IV collagen is essential for head regeneration and its expression is up-regulated upon exposure to glucoseJournal of Biological Chemistry200049
Integrin cell adhesion receptors and the concept of agonismTrends in Pharmacological Sciences200044
Recombinant expression systems for the production of collagenBiochemical Society Transactions200039
Matrix Gla protein is differentially expressed during the deposition of a calcified matrix by vascular pericytesFEBS Letters200038
Localization of pN-type IIA procollagen on adult bovine vitreous collagen fibrilsMatrix Biology200036
Integrin-collagen complex: a metal-glutamate handshakeStructure200034
Echinoderm collagen fibrils grow by surface-nucleation-and-propagation from both centers and endsJournal of Molecular Biology200034
The analysis of intermolecular interactions in concentrated hyaluronan solutions suggest no evidence for chain‒chain associationBiochemical Journal200024
Monoclonal antibodies identify residues 199–216 of the integrin α2 vWFA domain as a functionally important region within α2β1Biochemical Journal200024
Design and synthesis of acidic dipeptide hydroxamate inhibitors of procollagen C-proteinaseJournal of Peptide Science200020
The analysis of intermolecular interactions in concentrated hyaluronan solutions suggest no evidence for chain-chain associationBiochemical Journal200020
Preliminary study pointing out a significant alteration in the biochemical composition of MUC2 in colorectal mucinous carcinomaClinical Biochemistry200015