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1950 38
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1952 50
1953 60
1954 57
1955 79
1956 73
1957 76
1958 94
1959 76
1960 103
1961 132
1962 141
1963 236
1964 391
1965 352
1966 367
1967 496
1968 627
1969 710
1970 819
1971 865
1972 1040
1973 999
1974 1113
1975 1028
1976 910
1977 932
1978 954
1979 997
1980 1175
1981 1145
1982 1170
1983 1168
1984 1415
1985 1418
1986 1521
1987 1408
1988 1653
1989 1722
1990 1895
1991 2057
1992 2083
1993 2127
1994 2181
1995 2290
1996 2377
1997 2390
1998 2492
1999 2418
2000 2699
2001 2866
2002 2960
2003 3071
2004 3303
2005 3639
2006 3748
2007 3936
2008 4221
2009 4359
2010 4544
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2012 5116
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2018 4190
2019 1865
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The collagen family.
Ricard-Blum S. Cold Spring Harb Perspect Biol 2011 - Review. PMID 21421911 Free PMC article.
The collagen family comprises 28 members that contain at least one triple-helical domain. Collagens are deposited in the extracellular matrix where most of them form supramolecular assemblies. ...
The collagen family comprises 28 members that contain at least one triple-helical domain. Collagens are deposited in the extracellula …
Collagen structure: new tricks from a very old dog.
Bella J. Biochem J 2016 - Review. PMID 27060106
High-resolution crystal structures from collagen model peptides have provided a wealth of data on collagen conformational variability, interaction with water, collagen stability or the effects of interruptions. ...In recent years, collagen biochemistry has escaped the boundaries of natural collagen sequences. Detailed knowledge of collagen structure has opened the field for protein engineers who have used chemical biology approaches to produce hyperstable collagens with unnatural residues, rationally designed collagen heterotrimers, self-assembling collagen peptides, etc. ...
High-resolution crystal structures from collagen model peptides have provided a wealth of data on collagen conformational vari …
[An overview of the beneficial effects of hydrolysed collagen intake on joint and bone health and on skin ageing].
Figueres Juher T and Basés Pérez E. Nutr Hosp 2015 - Review. PMID 26267777 Spanish. Free article.
INTRODUCTION: Hydrolysate Collagen (HC) consists of small peptides with a molecular weight lower than 5.000 Da. produced from gelatinization and subsequent enzymatic hydrolysis of native collagen which is found in rich collagenic animal tissues. ...CONCLUSIONS: Preclinical studies show that HC stimulates collagenic tissue regeneration by increasing not only collagen synthesis but minor components (glycosaminoglycans and hyaluronic acid) synthesis as well. ...
INTRODUCTION: Hydrolysate Collagen (HC) consists of small peptides with a molecular weight lower than 5.000 Da. produced from gelatin …
Collagen Quantification in Tissue Specimens.
Coentro JQ, et al. Methods Mol Biol 2017. PMID 28836212
Collagen is the major extracellular protein in mammals. Accurate quantification of collagen is essential in the biomaterials (e.g., reproducible collagen scaffold fabrication), drug discovery (e.g., assessment of collagen in pathophysiologies, such as fibrosis), and tissue engineering (e.g., quantification of cell-synthesized collagen) fields. ...To this end, the Sircol™ Collagen Assay is widely used due to its inherent simplicity and convenience. However, this method leads to overestimation of collagen content due to the interaction of Sirius red with basic amino acids of non-collagenous proteins. ...
Collagen is the major extracellular protein in mammals. Accurate quantification of collagen is essential in the biomaterials (
Structure, physiology, and biochemistry of collagens
Mienaltowski MJ and Birk DE. Adv Exp Med Biol 2014 - Review. PMID 24443018
This chapter begins with a discussion of collagen molecules. This is followed by a definition of the supramolecular structures assembled by different collagen types. The general principles involved in the assembly of collagen-containing suprastructures are presented focusing on the regulation of tendon collagen fibrillogenesis. ...
This chapter begins with a discussion of collagen molecules. This is followed by a definition of the supramolecular structures assemb …
Collagens--structure, function, and biosynthesis
Gelse K, et al. Adv Drug Deliv Rev 2003 - Review. PMID 14623400
The most abundant family is the collagens with more than 20 different collagen types identified so far. Collagens are centrally involved in the formation of fibrillar and microfibrillar networks of the extracellular matrix, basement membranes as well as other structures of the extracellular matrix. ...A final outlook indicates the importance of different collagen types not only for the understanding of collagen-related diseases, but also as a basis for the therapeutical use of members of this protein family discussed in other chapters of this issue....
The most abundant family is the collagens with more than 20 different collagen types identified so far. Collagens are centrally invol …
Molecular structure of the collagen triple helix.
Brodsky B and Persikov AV. Adv Protein Chem 2005 - Review. PMID 15837519
The molecular conformation of the collagen triple helix confers strict amino acid sequence constraints, requiring a (Gly-X-Y)(n) repeating pattern and a high content of imino acids. ...Molecular information about the collagen triple helix and the effect of mutations will lead to a better understanding of function and pathology....
The molecular conformation of the collagen triple helix confers strict amino acid sequence constraints, requiring a (Gly-X-Y)(n) repe …
Collagen interactions: Drug design and delivery.
An B, et al. Adv Drug Deliv Rev 2016 - Review. PMID 26631222
Strategies to target collagen interactions are already being developed, including the use of monoclonal antibodies to interfere with collagen fibril formation and the use of triple-helical peptides to direct liposomes to melanoma cells. ...Intelligent control of collagen biological interactions within a material context will expand the effectiveness of collagen-based drug delivery....
Strategies to target collagen interactions are already being developed, including the use of monoclonal antibodies to interfere with …
Medical Applications of Collagen and Collagen-Based Materials.
Shekhter AB, et al. Curr Med Chem 2019 - Review. PMID 29210638
Collagen and collagen-based materials have been successfully used in medicine for over 50 years. The number of scientific articles about the role of collagen in the construction of scaffolds for tissue engineering has risen precipitously in recent years. The review contains materials about historic and modern applications of collagen in medicine such as soluble collagen injections, solid constructs reconstructed from solution, and decellularized collagen matrices. ...
Collagen and collagen-based materials have been successfully used in medicine for over 50 years. The number of scientific arti
The Role of Network Architecture in Collagen Mechanics.
Jansen KA, et al. Biophys J 2018. PMID 29874616 Free PMC article.
Specifically, we identify the local coordination number (or connectivity) 〈z〉 as a key architectural parameter that governs the elastic response of collagen. ...Our work provides a predictive framework to facilitate future studies of the regulatory effect of extracellular matrix molecules on collagen mechanics. ...
Specifically, we identify the local coordination number (or connectivity) 〈z〉 as a key architectural parameter that governs the elastic resp …
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