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Collagen structure and stability.
Shoulders MD and Raines RT. Annu Rev Biochem 2009 - Review. PMID 19344236 Free PMC article.
Much progress has been made in elucidating the structure of collagen triple helices and the physicochemical basis for their stability. ...The fibrillar structure of type I collagen-the prototypical collagen fibril-has been revealed in detail. Artificial collagen fibrils that display some properties of natural collagen fibrils are now accessible using chemical synthesis and self-assembly. ...
Much progress has been made in elucidating the structure of collagen triple helices and the physicochemical basis for their stability …
Bioengineered Collagens
Brodsky B and Ramshaw JA. Subcell Biochem 2017 - Review. PMID 28101874
However, application of recombinant technology to collagen presents challenges, most notably the need for post-translational hydroxylation of prolines for triple-helix stability. ...These expression systems allow manipulation of biologically active sequences within collagen, which has furthered our understanding of the relationships between collagen sequences, structure and function. ...
However, application of recombinant technology to collagen presents challenges, most notably the need for post-translational hydroxyl …
A small-molecule compound inhibits a collagen-specific molecular chaperone and could represent a potential remedy for fibrosis.
Ito S, et al. J Biol Chem 2017. PMID 29025875 Free PMC article.
Fibrosis is characterized by abnormal collagen accumulation in the extracellular matrix. Pharmacological inhibition of collagen secretion therefore represents a promising strategy for the management of fibrotic disorders, such as liver and lung fibrosis. ...In this study, we screened small-molecule compounds that inhibit the interaction of Hsp47 with collagen from chemical libraries using surface plasmon resonance (BIAcore), and we found a molecule AK778 and its cleavage product Col003 competitively inhibited the interaction and caused the inhibition of collagen secretion by destabilizing the collagen triple helix. ...
Fibrosis is characterized by abnormal collagen accumulation in the extracellular matrix. Pharmacological inhibition of collagen
Effect of carboxymethylcellulose on fibril formation of collagen in vitro.
Ding C, et al. Connect Tissue Res 2018. PMID 28300434
The kinetics curves of fibril formation indicated that the rate of collagen fibrillogenesis was decreased with the addition of CMC, meanwhile the final turbidity was obviously increased as the CMC/collagen ratio reached 30%. The AFM images of collagen-CMC solutions showed that the number of nucleation sites of collagen fibrillogenesis was significantly increased with the presence of CMC, while the diameter of immature collagen fibrils was obviously decreased. ...
The kinetics curves of fibril formation indicated that the rate of collagen fibrillogenesis was decreased with the addition of CMC, m …
Tethering Growth Factors to Collagen Surfaces Using Copper-Free Click Chemistry: Surface Characterization and in Vitro Biological Response.
Lee HJ, et al. ACS Appl Mater Interfaces 2017. PMID 28598594
Our results demonstrate the possibility of copper-free click chemistry as a tool for covalent bonding of growth factors to collagen in the presence of living cells. This approach is a novel and potentially clinically useful application of copper-free click chemistry as a way of anchoring growth factors to collagen and foster epithelial wound healing....
Our results demonstrate the possibility of copper-free click chemistry as a tool for covalent bonding of growth factors to collage
Environmentally Controlled Curvature of Single Collagen Proteins.
Rezaei N, et al. Biophys J 2018. PMID 30269884 Free PMC article.
The predominant structural protein in vertebrates is collagen, which plays a key role in extracellular matrix and connective tissue mechanics. Despite its prevalence and physical importance in biology, the mechanical properties of molecular collagen are far from established. ...
The predominant structural protein in vertebrates is collagen, which plays a key role in extracellular matrix and connective tissue m …
Spinnability of collagen as a biomimetic material: A review.
Bazrafshan Z and Stylios GK. Int J Biol Macromol 2019 - Review. PMID 30769042
Among the common spinning methods, dry spinning and wet spinning result in well-defined fibrous blocks with relatively high fiber diameters and alignment, while the ability of the electrospinning to fabricate custom-built nanofibers from collagen-based composites may be the main reason that made it the most applied method to mimic the structure of the collagen in native tissues. In this review, the modification and spinning methods, used for forming collagen fibers, were summarized and their strategy to achieve the modified and reinforced collagen fiber was studied....
Among the common spinning methods, dry spinning and wet spinning result in well-defined fibrous blocks with relatively high fiber diameters …
Cross-linked Collagen Hydrogel Matrix Resisting Contraction To Facilitate Full-Thickness Skin Equivalents.
Lotz C, et al. ACS Appl Mater Interfaces 2017. PMID 28557435
A concentration of 0.5 mg of PEG-SG/mg of collagen led to a viability comparable to non-cross-linked collagen hydrogels and no increased release of intracellular lactate dehydrogenase. Cross-linked collagen hydrogels were more mechanically stable and less prone to enzymatic degradation via collagenase when compared with non-cross-linked collagen hydrogels. ...
A concentration of 0.5 mg of PEG-SG/mg of collagen led to a viability comparable to non-cross-linked collagen hydrogels and no …
Regulation of periodontal ligament-derived cells by type III collagen-coated hydroxyapatite.
Fujita K, et al. Biomed Mater Eng 2018. PMID 29254070
After characterization of HAp, type I collagen, and type III collagen, PDL-derived cells at passage 2 were seeded onto collagen-coated HAp. ...Proliferative potential and cell adhesion were significantly higher on type III collagen than on HAp alone or type I collagen. ...
After characterization of HAp, type I collagen, and type III collagen, PDL-derived cells at passage 2 were seeded onto coll
Modification of collagen with three novel tannages, sulfonated calix[4]arenes.
Zhou Y, et al. Int J Biol Macromol 2018 - Review. PMID 29753768
Chromium (III) salts are the most extensively used tanning agents due to the higher quality and stabilization ability to leather collagen. ...In order to crosslink the collagen by a cleaner method, three kinds of sulfonated calix[4]arenes {sulfonated calix[4]arene (SC), sulfonated tetraphenyl calix[4]resorcinarene (STCR), and sulfonated tetramethylene tetraphenyl calix[4]resorcinarene(STTCR)} were prepared and utilized for the collagen crosslinking and leather tanning. ...
Chromium (III) salts are the most extensively used tanning agents due to the higher quality and stabilization ability to leather collagen
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