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heparan sulphate


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heparan sulphate

heparan sulphate

heparan sulphate

Heparan Sulphate Biosynthesis and Disease

Modulation of angiotensin II-mediated signalling by heparan sulphate glycosaminoglycans

Heparan sulphate: a putative decondensing agent for human spermatozoa in vivo

Binding of interleukin-8 to heparan sulphate enhances cervical maturation in rabbits

Expression of glomerular heparan sulphate domains in murine and human lupus nephritis

Expression of glomerular heparan sulphate domains in murine and human lupus nephritis

Estradiol induces heparanase-1 expression and heparan sulphate proteoglycan degradation in human endometrium

Adult and paediatric patients with minimal change nephrotic syndrome show no major alterations in glomerular expression of sulphated heparan sulphate domains

P57STEM CELL PLASTICITY AND TUMORIGENISIS: REGULATORY ROLES OF HEPARAN SULPHATE IN THE CANCER STEM CELL NICHE

Regulation of endothelin‐1 and transforming growth factor‐β1 production in cultured proximal tubular cells by albumin and heparan sulphate glycosaminoglycans

Heparan sulphate/heparin glycosaminoglycans with strong affinity for the growth-promoter spermine have high antiproliferative activity

Amyloid Formation by the Model Protein Muscle Acylphosphatase is Accelerated by Heparin and Heparan Sulphate Through a Scaffolding-based Mechanism

Matrix Metalloproteinase-9 Associated with Heparan Sulphate Chains of GPI-Anchored Cell Surface Proteoglycans Mediates Motility of Murine Colon Adenocarcinoma Cells

 

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Any of a group of glycosaminoglycans consisting of alternating residues of glucosamine and hexuronic acid, usually attached to a protein forming a proteoglycan. Heparan sulphates accumulate in a group of inherited metabolic disorders known as mucopolysaccharidoses.

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