interaction arterial proteoglycans
Molecular Cell Biology
Wiley InterScience Backfile Collection 1832-2000
Chemistry and Pharmacology
The structure and thermal behavior of human serum low-density lipoproteins showing either a high or a low reactivity against a proteoglycan isolated from human arteries have been found to be different from each other. It is suggested that modifcations in the lipoprotein surface structure induced by the physical state of the neutral lipids could modulate the affinity of the macromolecule for the arterial component.
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