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Midkine and the kidney: health and diseases

The epithelium-produced growth factor midkine has fungicidal properties

Midkine Enhances Early Stages of Collagen Gel Contraction1

Possible implication of midkine in the development of endometriosis

Enzyme-Linked Immunoassay for Midkine, and Its Application to Evaluation of Midkine Levels in Developing Mouse Brain and Sera from Patients with Hepatocellular Carcinomas

Midkine Rescues Wilms, Tumor Cells from Cisplatin-Induced Apoptosis: Regulation of Bcl-2 Expression by Midkine

Doxorubicin-Conjugated Anti-Midkine Monoclonal Antibody as a Potential Anti-Tumor Drug

Midkine and Pleiotrophin: Two Related Proteins Involved in Development, Survival, Inflammation and Tumorigenesis

The heparin-binding growth factor midkine: the biological activities and candidate receptors

Increased Serum Midkine Levels during Hemodialysis Using Heparin in Chronic Renal Failure

Midkine gene transfer after myocardial infarction in rats prevents remodelling and ameliorates cardiac dysfunction

Glycosaminoglycan structures required for strong binding to midkine, a heparin-binding growth factor

Midkine, a heparin-binding growth factor, and its roles in atherogenesis and inflammatory kidney diseases

Midkine Counteracts the Activin Signal in Mesoderm Induction and Promotes Neural Formation

Midkine expression in the course of nephrogenesis and its role in ischaemic reperfusion injury

Midkine, a Heparin-Binding Growth/Differentiation Factor, Exhibits Nerve Cell Adhesion and Guidance Activity for Neurite Outgrowth In Vitro

Midkine, a Retinoic Acid-Inducible Heparin-Binding Cytokine in Inflammatory Responses: Chemotactic Activity to Neutrophils and Association with Inflammatory Synovitis

 

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A heparin-binding growth factor (neurite growth-promoting factor 2, NEGF2, 121 aa) of the TGFβ superfamily that is 46% homologous with NEGF1 (pleiotropin). Both NEGF1 and NEGF2 have neurite outgrowth-promoting activity and may play a role in nervous system development. Nucleolin binds midkine.

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