Definitions

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  • n. Any of a class of glycoproteins found in the basement membranes of most animal tissue

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Examples

  • Likewise, patients with the more serious types of EB (dystrophic and junctional) have wounds that result from genetic factors, leading to a deficiency in collagen VII and an adhesive protein called laminin-5.

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  • Journal of Cell Biology reveals that an extracellular matrix protein called laminin shapes both sides of the junction to ensure they fit together.

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  • The prevalent strategy to stimulate growth of nerve cells involved a protein called laminin that acted as a backbone to a nerve cell stimulating chemical.

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  • After peripheral nerve injuries, Schwann cells play an indispensable role in promoting regeneration by elaborating basement membrane containing extracellular matrix proteins, such as laminin

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  • Say, have you ever looked up laminin in google? the cell adhesion molecule that holds all our body cells together?

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  • I checked the image you pasted the URL for and agree that it's almost impossible to distinguish which structure and color represents laminin.

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  • M, Timpl R (1985) Expression of nidogen and laminin in basement membranes during mouse embryogenesis and in teratocarcinom cells.

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  • Dissociated cardiomyocytes were allowed to attach to laminin-precoated glass coverslips before fixation.

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  • For surface biotinylation experiments, cardiomyocytes were attached to laminin-precoated culture dishes and cultured in primary cardiomyocyte medium (ScienCell) in 37°C and 5% CO2 incubator.

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  • Dissociated cardiomyocytes were allowed to attach to laminin-precoated glass coverslips before fixation for immunocytochemistry.

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