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Human Fibronectin 1 Protein expressed in Human Cells - ABIN2002555
Liu, Fedorov, Pollard, Lattman, Almo, Magnus: Crystal packing induces a conformational change in profilin-I from Acanthamoeba castellanii. in Journal of structural biology 1998
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Injection of alpha5beta1 protein rescued the Fibronectin layer and then the myocardial precursor migration in snai1b knockdown embryos.
Fibronectin, a main component of the extracellular matrix, is induced and deposited after cardiac damage
Fn is essential for patterning interrenal organ formation, by modulating the migratory behavior of both steroidogenic interrenal and chromaffin cells.
Fibronectin deficiency resulted in a dramatic reduction of mesoderm accompanied by endodermal expansion in zebrafish embryos.
Data indicate that focal adhesion kinase (FAK) activity may be a mediator of the integrin alpha5/Fn1 interaction during zebrafish lens fiber morphogenesis.
reduction of fn1 function enables rescue of cardiac fusion in hand2 mutants
Fibronectin regulates epithelial organization during myocardial migration in zebrafish.
Data show that fn knockdown disrupts myogenesis, and that fn may function to regulate fiber organization and limit fast-twitch muscle fiber length.
FN1 suppressed apoptosis and promoted viability, invasion, and migration in colorectal cancer (CRC) through interacting with ITGA5. FN1 may be a prognostic factor and potential target for CRC treatment.
Serum miR-99a-5p is significantly elevated in ovarian cancer patients. Exosomal miR-99a-5p from EOC cells promotes cell invasion by affecting HPMCs through fibronectin and vitronectin upregulation and may serve as a target for inhibiting ovarian cancer progression.
The molecular structure of oncofetal fibronectin in complexes with engineered anticalins has been presented.
A significant correlation between mRNA levels of Twist1, fibronectin and vimentin was evident. Although their expression was inversely proportional, no association was observed between Twist1 and E-cadherin expression
Study shows that high FN expression in the stroma of esophageal squamous cell carcinoma (ESCC) tumors is closely associated with poor prognosis of patients. High stromal FN content facilitates tumor cell metastasis by promoting morphological changes and improving the motility and migratory ability of ESCC cells.
Surface-exposed loops and an acidic patch in the Scl1 protein of group A Streptococcus enable Scl1 binding to wound-associated fibronectin.
Evidence has been presented for FN modification by inflammatory oxidants, and particularly myeloperoxidase (MPO)-derived species including hypochlorous acid (HOCl). Studies using primary human coronary artery smooth muscle cells show that exposure to HOCl-modified FN, results in decreased adherence, increased proliferation and altered expression of genes involved in extracellular matrix synthesis and remodelling.
Depletion of FN1 by siRNA knockdown markedly reduced the invasive capacity of prostate cancer cells in vitro.
Human IL-7 binds more strongly to stretched than to relaxed Fibronectin.
TGFB1-mediated PI3K/Akt and p38 MAP kinase dependent alternative splicing of fibronectin extra domain A in human podocyte culture has been reported.
The findings of this study provide evidence highlighting the prominent role played by FN1 in stimulating glioma growth, invasion, and survival through the activation of the PI3K/AKT signaling pathway.
The simultaneous delivery of multiple proinflammatory payloads to the cancer site conferred protective immunity against subsequent tumor challenges. A fully human homolog of IL2-F8-TNF(mut), which retained selectivity similar to its murine counterpart when tested on human material, may open new clinical applications for the immunotherapy of cancer.
Under the same condition, p53 protein expression, but not mRNA expression, was reversed by MG132. Taken together, our data demonstrate that the level of FN expression is associated with the status and expression of p53 in breast cancer cells
Our study thus demonstrates the dual roles of PTHrP on TGF-b1 signaling and FN up-regulation for the first time in glomerular mesangial cells . These data also provided new insights to guide development of therapy for diabetic kidney disease
elevated in preeclampsia and fetal growth restriction
data suggest that miR-200b regulates EMT of chemo-resistant breast cancer cells by targeting FN1. miR-200b-based therapy may be an effective strategy in treating advanced breast cancer patients.
Identification of novel integrin-binding domain mutations in FN1 in patients with glomerulopathy with fibronectin deposits.
Fibronectin fragments (FNFr) function as matrikines driving the chemotactic affinity of prostate cancer cells via the alpha5beta1 integrin.
Fn with its inactive compact structure requires unfolding to assemble into active fibrils. Shear stress could induce conformational changes of plasma Fn.
B. burgdorferi does not primarily target insoluble matrix Fn deposited on endothelial surfaces but, instead, recruits and induces polymerization of soluble plasma Fn (pFn), an abundant protein in blood plasma that is normally soluble and nonadhesive.
Lack of Fibronectin Extra Domain A Alternative Splicing Exacerbates Endothelial Dysfunction in Diabetes.
fibronectins from different sources contribute differentially to specific aspects of angiogenesis.
Cdc42 bypasses the need for exogenous fibronectin by stimulating cellular fibronectin deposition under the newly formed lamellipodia.
Factor XIII-A and TG2 regulate resorption, adipogenesis and plasma fibronectin homeostasis in bone and bone marrow.
we disclosed the role of chemotaxis and apoptosis in the fibrotic microenvironment-enhanced seeding of tumor cells and identified the fibroblast-derived FN1 and SPP1 as the central mediators in these processes
FN is a fundamental component of the hematopoietic tissue and that the EIIIA exon may play a key role in modulating hematopiesis in conditions of bone marrow stress or diseases.
PD increased CKIP-1 and Nrf2 levels in the kidney tissues as well as improved the anti-oxidative effect and renal dysfunction of diabetic mice, which eventually reversed the up-regulation of FN and ICAM-1
Histone methyltransferase Suv39h1 attenuates high glucose-induced fibronectin and p21(WAF1) in mesangial cells
fibronectin has a critical role in tissue morphogenesis and the development of tissue heterogeneities
The aged stem cell niche in skeletal muscle contains reduced levels of FN, leading to detrimental consequences for the function and maintenance of muscle stem cells (MuSCs). FN is a preferred adhesion substrate for MuSCs and integrin-mediated signaling via focal adhesion kinase and the p38 MAPK pathway is strongly de-regulated in MuSCs from aged mice because of insufficient attachment to the niche.
analysis of novel functions for two fibronectin isoforms and the mediating receptors in osteoblast differentiation
scleraxis was required for TGFbeta-induced fibronectin expression: TGFbeta lost its ability to induce fibronectin expression following scleraxis knockdown.
The results very comprehensively demonstrate distinct signaling pathways that regulate microfilament organization, lamellipodial structures, spreading, and movement of cells plated on galectin-3 as opposed to fibronectin.
Thus, similarly to growth factor signaling, fibronectin matrix assembly during early development can be both autocrine and paracrine.
These results suggest that the Rac1 regulation of the FN arrangement is involved in retinoic acid-induced cleft palate.
Fibrillar cellular fibronectin supports platelet adhesion, activation, aggregation and procoagulant activity via the interplay of a series of receptors i.e. integrins alpha5beta1 and alphaIIbbeta3, the GPIb-V-IX complex, GPVI and Toll-like receptor 4.
Fn1 synthesized by the neural crest mediated morphogenesis of the aortic arch artery and differentiation of neural crest cells into vascular smooth muscle cells by regulating Notch signaling.
A novel mechanism of transcriptional regulation of fibronectin through CREB.
These findings indicate an indispensable role for Fn in chronic liver fibrosis/cirrhosis.
Hypercholesterolemic mice deficient in extra domain A of fibronectin exhibit reduced cerebral thrombosis.
present in chorionic extracellular matrix
plasma FN assembly into bone matrix in vitro requires FXIIIA transglutaminase activity making pFN assembly an active, osteoblast-mediated process.
Fetal and adult human skin fibroblasts retain their differential proliferative response to TGF-beta when cultured in the presence of fibronectin and unpolymerized or polymerized collagen.
Putative function of fibronectin and its receptor (integrin alpha(5)beta(1)) in male and female gametes during bovine fertilization in vitro.
These results highlight a crucial role for caveolin-1 in negative regulation of membrane microdomain mobility, thereby affecting endocytosis of bacteria-engaged integrins.
P. multocida-Fn interaction may play a role in the bacterium adherence to host cells, and this may be mediated by bacterial surface proteins with preferential affinity for the Hep-1 binding domain of Fn
extracellular matrix proteins differentially regulate both phenotype and function of intact airway smooth muscle
The formation of ring-shaped and beaded-filament-like FN aggregates may be two early intermediate stages of FN fibrillogenesis within the fibrils away from cells, perhaps involving in the FN fibril widening/bundling.
may exert a specific function during blastocyst formation
The expression of extracellular matrix molecules fibronectin and osteopontin in vitreous and retina samples in autoimmune uveitis was investigated.
The expression of the differentiation and stemness genes, FN1 and SOX9, is accompanied by cell proliferation.
The obtained results suggest that propolis modifies fibronectin metabolism in the course of wound healing process.
The relationship between hyaluronan synthesis and levels of versican, fibronectin and several other extracellular matrix components in trabecular meshwork cells from the anterior segment of the eye was investigated.
fibronectin has a cryptic binding site for tenascin
Transplantation experiments demonstrate a tissue-autonomous role for DS epimerase-1 in cranial neural crest (NC) cell migration in vivo Cranial NC explant and single-cell cultures indicate a requirement of DS epimerase-1 in cell adhesion, spreading and extension of polarized cell processes on fibronectin.
This gene encodes fibronectin, a glycoprotein present in a soluble dimeric form in plasma, and in a dimeric or multimeric form at the cell surface and in extracellular matrix. Fibronectin is involved in cell adhesion and migration processes including embryogenesis, wound healing, blood coagulation, host defense, and metastasis. The gene has three regions subject to alternative splicing, with the potential to produce 20 different transcript variants. However, the full-length nature of some variants has not been determined.
, gene C
, cold-insoluble globulin
, migration-stimulating factor
, cumulus cell-specific fibronectin 1 transcript
, embryo-specific fibronectin 1 transcript
, fibronectin ED-A- region
, fibronectin variable region