This book represents the most current, comprehensive, and authoritative study of integrins on the market today. It provides an overview of the diverse biological functions of integrins, including:
The structure and functions of integrin cytoplasmic domains, the role of b2 integrins in leukocyte adhesion, the role of platelet membrane fibrinogen receptor glycoprotein IIb-IIIa (aIIbb3) in thrombosis and hemostasis, the functions of aV integrin family, the role of integrins in signal transduction, the role of integrins in carcinoma cells, the role of integrins in internalization of microbial pathogens through the binding of Yersinia pseudotuberculosis invasin protein, the role of integrins in the skin, the integrin function in early vertebrate development using amphibian embryos.
Key selling features:
the role of b2 integrins in leukocyte adhesion
the role of platelet membrane fibrinogen receptor glycoprotein IIb-IIIa (aIIbb3) in thrombosis and hemostasis
the functions of aV integrin family
the role of integrins in signal transduction
Structure, Biochemical Properties, and Biological Functions of Integrin Cytoplasmic Domains,
M.E. Hemler et al.
The Role of b2 Integrins in Leukocyte Adhesion
N. Dana and M.A. Arnaout
Platelet Membrane Glycoprotein IIb-IIIa (aIIbb3)
The aV Integrins,
C.L. Gladson and D.A. Cheresh
Signaling To and From T Cell Integrins
Integrins as Signal Transduction Receptors
Integrin Receptors and Epiligrin in Cell-Cell and Cell-Substrate Adhesion in the Epidermis,
W.G. Carter et al.
Expressions of the Integrin a6b4 in Epithelial and Carcinoma Cells
V. Quaranta et al.
Internalization of Microbial Pathogens by Integrin Receptors and the Binding of Yersinia pseudotuberculosis Invasin Protein
Integrin Function in Early Vertebrate Development
Perspectives from Studies of Amphibian Embryos