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Compared with group E, type I collagen expression of group G significantly decreased (P<0.05), and likewise in comparison to group F, type I collagen expression of group H was significantly decreased (P<0.05), suggesting that the co-culture of FM with KM can obviously restrain type I collagen mRNA expression in FM.
At postoperative week 8, the BMP-2 quantified gray values of experiments were higher than those of the control group, which was consistent with the increased proportion of type I collagen fibers.
Type I collagen gel in seeding medium improves murine mesencymal stem cell loading onto the scaffold, increases their subsequent proliferation, and enhances culture mineralization.
These bands were clearly seen indicating presence of type I collagen. The extracted chicken feet collagen was type I collagen that consisted of two distinct [+ or -] chains ([+ or -] 1: 150kDa and [+ or -] 2 : 125 kDa) and a single cross-linked 2 chain at 245 kDa (Skierka and Sadowska, 2007; Woo et al., 2008; Cheng et al, 2009).
Lund, "Calcification of subcutaneously implanted type I collagen sponges.
Holl, "Nanoscale morphology of Type I collagen is altered in the Brtl mouse model of Osteogenesis Imperfecta," Journal of Structural Biology, vol.
At the initial stages of healing, TNF-[alpha] plays a key role in the recruitment of inflammatory cells to the site of the lesion [65] and still appears to interfere with type I collagen degradation in normal skin fragments, increasing the collagenolytic activity of MMP-1 [22].
As the primary structural proteins in connective tissues, type I collagen is a major component of tendon, cartilage, ligament, bone, skin, and cornea [2].
Fish skin scales and fins are composed of a highly ordered three-dimensional structure of the extracellular matrix predominantly consisting of a type I collagen fibres and calcium-deficient hydroxyapatite (Zwarts et al.
Cell-free assays were utilized to investigate binding interactions between cadmium and type I collagen. Cell viability and collagen deposition were assessed in cell culture studies using Saos-2 cells induced to mineralize and treated with or without cadmium.
Synthesis of Type I Collagen: An Interstitial Collagen.
Type I collagen is the most abundant of all 28 known collagens and is the most abundant type found in bone constituting >90% of the organic mass of bone [4].