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Extracellular Matrix Biology



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In most tissues, cells are surrounded by an extracellular matrix (ECM) containing proteins such as collagen, laminin, and fibronectin. The ECM plays an important role in the regulation of cell function. ECM proteins bind to cell surface receptors such as integrins, activating signaling pathways that regulate cellular morphology, adhesion, cell migration, cell proliferation, and apoptosis. This book covers all aspects of ECM composition and function, as well as alterations in the ECM that occur during tumorigenesis and other disease states. The editors are both giants in the field (Dr. Hynes discovered fibronectin), who are highly respected through the cell, molecular, and cancer biology communities.

Table of Contents

Prefacep. vii
Overview of the Matrisome- An Inventory of Extracellular Matrix Constituents and Functionsp. 1
Basement Membranes: Cell Scaffoldings and Signaling Platformsp. 17
The Collagen Familyp. 45
Heparan Sulfate Proteoglycansp. 65
The Thrombospondinsp. 99
Tenascins and the Importance of Adhesion Modulationp. 129
Fibronectins, Their Fibrillogenesis, and In Vivo Functionsp. 149
Integrin Structure, Activation, and Interactionsp. 169
Cross Talk among TGF- Signaling Pathways, Integrins, and the Extracellular Matrixp. 183
Molecular Architecture and Function of Matrix Adhesionsp. 201
Genetic Analyses of Integrin Signalingp. 223
Integrins and Extracellular Matrix in Mechanotransductionp. 245
Integrins in Cell Migrationp. 259
Extracellular Matrix Degradation and Remodeling in Development and Diseasep. 275
Extracellular Matrix in Development: Insights from Mechanisms Conserved between Invertebrates and Vertebratesp. 299
Angiogenesisp. 313
Extracellular Matrix: Functions in the Nervous Systemp. 333
Cell-Extracellular Matrix Interactions in Normal and Diseased Skinp. 357
Extracellular Matrix Proteins in Hemostasis and Thrombosisp. 371
Indexp. 389
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