Provides a accomplished evaluation of present proteoglycan study, that's offering clean insights into many significant continual illnesses. The proteoglycans are a family members of macromolecules which include a number of glycosaminoglycan chains covalently absolute to a middle protein. Proteoglycans are an incredible portion of the extracellular matrix of connective tissues and support to figure out its quantity, resiliency, and association. they're a massive medium by which meals, hormones, and different solutes are transported to cells, and so they play an important function in cell-cell interactions. Disturbances in proteoglycans happen in rheumatic and connective tissue issues, degenerative bone affliction, vascular disorder, renal illness, and malignant issues.
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In: Lennarz WJ (ed) The biochemistry of glycoproteins and proteoglycans. Plenum Publishing, New York, p 267-371 Smedsrcbd B, Pertoft H 1985 Preparation of pure hepatocytes and reticuloendothelial cells in high yield from a single rat liver by means of Percoll centrifugation and selective adherence. J Leukocyte Biol 38:213-230 Smedsr~dB, Pertoft H IEriksson S, Fraser JRE, Laurent TC 1984 Studies in v i m on the uptake and degradation of sodium hyaluronate in rat liver endothelial cells. Biochem J 223:617426 24 DISCUSSION Tengblad A , Laurent UBG, Lilja K, Cahill RNP, Engstrom-Laurent A, Fraser JRE, Hansson HE, Laurent TC 1986 Concentration and relative molecular mass of hyaluronate in lymph and blood.
The second globular domain did not interact with hyaluronate or share any major antigenic determinants with the binding region and its function remains unknown. Further evidence from rotary shadowing also suggested that the protein core contained a third globular domain at the C-terminal end. The complete protein core sequence thus contains long folded globular protein regions, in addition to the extended regions bearing glycosaminoglycan chains. Studies of proteoglycan turnover in explants of pig articular cartilage showed that proteoglycan fragments were continuously released into the medium during culture.
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Ciba Foundation Symposium 124 - Functions of the Proteoglycans