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Collagen Prolyl 4-Hydroxylase as a Therapeutic Target.
Vasta JD and Raines RT. J Med Chem 2018 - Review. PMID 29986141 Free PMC article.
Collagen is the dominant protein of the extracellular matrix. Its distinguishing feature is a three-stranded helix of great tensile strength. (2 S,4 R)-4-Hydroxyproline residues are essential for the stability of this triple helix. ...Then, we review the metal ions, metal chelators, mimetics of AKG and collagen strands, and natural products that are known to inhibit CP4Hs. ...
Collagen is the dominant protein of the extracellular matrix. Its distinguishing feature is a three-stranded helix of great tensile s
Complexity of type IV collagens: from network assembly to function
Wu Y and Ge G. Biol Chem 2019 - Review. PMID 30864416
In this review, we discuss how the complexity of type IV collagen networks is established, focusing on collagen α chain selection in type IV collagen protomer and network formation; covalent crosslinking in type IV collagen network stabilization; and the differences between solid-state type IV collagen in the extracellular matrix and soluble type IV collagen fragments. We further discuss how complex type IV collagen networks exert their physiological and pathological functions through cell surface integrin and nonintegrin receptors....
In this review, we discuss how the complexity of type IV collagen networks is established, focusing on collagen α chain select …
Circulating markers of collagen types I, III, and IV in patients with dilated cardiomyopathy: relationships with myocardial collagen expression.
Nagao K, et al. ESC Heart Fail 2018. PMID 30273997 Free PMC article.
AIMS: Collagen-derived peptides such as collagen I C-terminal telopeptide (CITP) and procollagen III N-terminal propeptide (PIIINP) have been conventionally used as markers of cardiac fibrosis. ...Each collagen-derived peptide was not significantly correlated with the myocardial expression of their corresponding collagen mRNA. ...
AIMS: Collagen-derived peptides such as collagen I C-terminal telopeptide (CITP) and procollagen III N-terminal propeptide (PI …
Collagen changes in pelvic support tissues in women with pelvic organ prolapse.
Gong R and Xia Z. Eur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol 2019 - Review. PMID 30710765
Strong mechanical stress and imbalance matrix metalloproteinases /tissue-derived inhibitors of metalloproteinases can lead to collagen anabolism abnormalities causing changes of collagen content and structure. ...Epidemiological data also show a genetic predisposition to collagen changes. Research about collagen changes in the pelvic floor supportive tissues is limited and controversial. ...
Strong mechanical stress and imbalance matrix metalloproteinases /tissue-derived inhibitors of metalloproteinases can lead to collagen
Changes of collagen metabolism predict the left ventricular remodeling after myocardial infarction.
Radovan J, et al. Mol Cell Biochem 2006. PMID 16933032
OBJECTIVES: To analyze the predictive value of cardiac collagen metabolism "in vivo" in patients with myocardial infarction (MI) treated with percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI). ...Cardiac catheterization itself does not affect collagen metabolism. CONCLUSION: We concluded that collagen metabolism markers enable to study in vivo the MI healing and to predict left ventricular functional and volume changes....
OBJECTIVES: To analyze the predictive value of cardiac collagen metabolism "in vivo" in patients with myocardial infarction (M …
Evidence of biomechanical and collagen heterogeneity in uterine fibroids.
Jayes FL, et al. PLoS One 2019. PMID 31034494 Free PMC article.
All examined fibroids contained at least 37% collagen. Tested samples included type I, III, and V collagen of different proportions. Fibroid stiffness was not correlated with the overall collagen content (correlation coefficient 0.22). Neither stiffness nor collagen content was correlated with fibroid size. ...
All examined fibroids contained at least 37% collagen. Tested samples included type I, III, and V collagen of different propor …
The protective effects of metformin in an in vitro model of aging 3T3 fibroblast under the high glucose conditions
Soydas T, et al. J Physiol Biochem 2018. PMID 29512021
NF-kB(p65) activity was measured by transcription factor assay kit and collagen I and III levels by Collagen Estimation Assay through ELISA. ...We also determined that metformin exposure leads to increased production of collagen I-III and decreased activation of NF-kB(p65) activity. ...
NF-kB(p65) activity was measured by transcription factor assay kit and collagen I and III levels by Collagen Estimation Assay …
Collagen metabolism following corneal laceration in rabbits.
Cionni RJ, et al. Curr Eye Res 1986. PMID 3757543
It is of particular interest that the accelerated degradation of the newly-synthesized [14C]collagen is concomitant with the increased rate of collagen synthesis during the wound healing process. ...Polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis of newly-synthesized collagen indicated that the collagen(I) and collagen(V) were the main collagenous components synthesized by the lacerated corneas....
It is of particular interest that the accelerated degradation of the newly-synthesized [14C]collagen is concomitant with the increase …
Collagens
Jackson DS. J Clin Pathol Suppl (R Coll Pathol) 1978. PMID 282296 Free PMC article.
Heterogeneous nanomechanical properties of type I collagen in longitudinal direction.
Tang M, et al. Biomech Model Mechanobiol 2017. PMID 28064404
Motivated by this discrepancy, in this study, we investigated the longitudinal heterogeneous nanomechanical properties of type I collagen molecule to probe the origin of the longitudinal heterogeneity of the collagen fibril at the molecular level. ...This investigation provides insights into the origin of the longitudinal heterogeneity of collagen fibrils at the molecular level and suggests that it is of significant importance to consider the longitudinal heterogeneous mechanical properties of the collagen molecule in the development of coarse-grained models of collagen-related tissues....
Motivated by this discrepancy, in this study, we investigated the longitudinal heterogeneous nanomechanical properties of type I collagen
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