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Laminins are high-molecular weight (~400kDa) proteins of the extracellular matrix. They are a major component of the basal lamina (one of the layers of the basement membrane), a protein network foundation for most cells and organs. The laminins are an important and biologically active part of the basal lamina, influencing cell differentiation, migration, and adhesion, as well as phenotype and survival. Laminins are heterotrimeric proteins that contain an a-chain, a ß-chain, and a ?-chain, found in five, four, and three genetic variants, respectively. The laminin molecules are named according to their chain composition. Thus, laminin-511 contains a5, ß1, and ?1 chains. Fourteen other chain combinations have been identified in vivo. The trimeric proteins intersect to form a cross-like structure that can bind to other cell membrane and extracellular matrix molecules. The three shorter arms are particularly good at binding to other laminin molecules, which allows them to form sheets. The long arm is capable of binding to cells, which helps anchor organized tissue cells to the membrane.
Remodeling of the mammary microenvironment after lactation promotes breast tumor cell metastasis. McDaniel SM, Rumer KK, Biroc SL, Metz RP, Singh M, Porter W, Schedin P. The American journal of pathology. 2006 168:608-20. (WB; Rat)
Chondroitinase applied to peripheral nerve repair averts retrograde axonal regeneration. Graham JB, Neubauer D, Xue QS, Muir D. Experimental neurology. 2007 203:185-95. (ICC; Rat)
On the role of FOX transcription factors in adipocyte differentiation and insulin-stimulated glucose uptake. Gerin I, Bommer GT, Lidell ME, Cederberg A, Enerback S, Macdougald OA. The Journal of biological chemistry. 2009 284:10755-63. (WB; Mouse)
VEGF-A induces angiogenesis by perturbing the cathepsin-cysteine protease inhibitor balance in venules, causing basement membrane degradation and mother vessel formation. Chang SH, Kanasaki K, Gocheva V, Blum G, Harper J, Moses MA, Shih SC, Nagy JA, Joyce J, Bogyo M, Kalluri R, Dvorak HF. Cancer research. 2009 69:4537-44. (IHC; Mouse)
Voluntary resistance wheel exercise during post-natal growth in rats enhances skeletal muscle satellite cell and myonuclear content at adulthood. Smith HK, Merry TL. Acta physiologica (Oxford, England). 2012 204:393-402. (ICC; Mouse)
Vascular protection by angiotensin receptor antagonism involves differential VEGF expression in both hemispheres after experimental stroke. Guan W, Somanath PR, Kozak A, Goc A, El-Remessy AB, Ergul A, Johnson MH, Alhusban A, Soliman S, Fagan SC. PloS one. 2011 6:e24551.
Inhibition of connective tissue growth factor by small interfering ribonucleic acid prevents increase in extracellular matrix molecules in a rodent model of diabetic retinopathy. Winkler JL, Kedees MH, Guz Y, Teitelman G. Molecular vision. 2012 18:874-86. (WB; Rat)
Secreted frizzled-related protein 5 suppresses adipocyte mitochondrial metabolism through WNT inhibition. Mori H, Prestwich TC, Reid MA, Longo KA, Gerin I, Cawthorn WP, Susulic VS, Krishnan V, Greenfield A, Macdougald OA. The Journal of clinical investigation. 2012 122:2405-16. (WB; Mouse)
Blood-brain barrier permeability is increased after acute adult stroke but not neonatal stroke in the rat. Fernndez-Lpez D, Faustino J, Daneman R, Zhou L, Lee SY, Derugin N, Wendland MF, Vexler ZS. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience. 2012 32:9588-600. (ICC, WB, IHC-Fr; Rat)
Laminin-411 is a vascular ligand for MCAM and facilitates TH17 cell entry into the CNS. Flanagan K, Fitzgerald K, Baker J, Regnstrom K, Gardai S, Bard F, Mocci S, Seto P, You M, Larochelle C, Prat A, Chow S, Li L, Vandevert C, Zago W, Lorenzana C, Nishioka C, Hoffman J, Botelho R, Willits C, Tanaka K, Johnston J, Yednock T. PloS one. 2012 7:e40443. (ICC, IHC-Fr; Mouse)
Selective functionalization of nanofiber scaffolds to regulate salivary gland epithelial cell proliferation and polarity. Cantara SI, Soscia DA, Sequeira SJ, Jean-Gilles RP, Castracane J, Larsen M. Biomaterials. 2012 33:8372-82. (ICC; Mouse, Rat)
Effects of mechanical stimulation induced by compression and medium perfusion on cardiac tissue engineering. Shachar M, Benishti N, Cohen S. Biotechnology progress. 28:1551-9. (WB; Rat)
Morphological evaluation of the cerebral blood vessels in the late gestation fetal sheep following hypoxia in utero. Baburamani AA, Lo C, Castillo-Melendez M, Walker DW. Microvascular research. 2013 85:9-Jan. (IHC; Sheep)
Insulin-degrading enzyme deficiency accelerates cerebrovascular amyloidosis in an animal model. Shachar M, Benishti N, Cohen S. Brain, behavior, and immunity. 2012 (ICC, IHC; Mouse)
Discarded human kidneys as a source of ECM scaffold for kidney regeneration technologies. Orlando G, Booth C, Wang Z, Totonelli G, Ross CL, Moran E, Salvatori M, Maghsoudlou P, Turmaine M, Delario G, Al-Shraideh Y, Farooq U, Farney AC, Rogers J, Iskandar SS, Burns A, Marini FC, De Coppi P, Stratta RJ, Soker S. Biomaterials. 2014 Aug;34:5915-25. [Full Text Article]
Related Antibodies: LS-C25112.