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Role of DDR2 ECD Oligomerization in Binding to Collagen

  • Carolyn Wang (a1), David Yeung (a1), Jack Wellerming (a2), Andrew Herr (a3), Jeanette Miller (a3), Rafael Fridman (a4) and Gunjan Agarwal (a1) (a2)...
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[1] Fu, H. L., et al, Discoidin domain receptors: unique receptor tyrosine kinases in collagen-mediated signaling. J. Biol. Chem 288 (2013). no. 11, p. 74307437.
[2] Vogel, W, et al, The Discoidin Domain Receptor Tyrosine Kinases Are Activated by Collagen. Mol. Cell 1 (1997). no.1, p. 1323.
[3] Xu, H., et al, Collagen binding specificity of the discoidin domain receptors: binding sites on collagens II and III and molecular determinants for collagen IV recognition by DDR1. Matrix Biol 30 (2011). no. 1, p. 1626.
[4] Mihai, C. Mapping of DDR1 Distribution and Oligomerization on the Cell Surface by FRET Micrscopy. J. Miol. Biol 30 (2009). no. 2, p. 432435.
[5] Noordeen, N.A., et al, A transmembrane leucine zipper is required for activation of the dimeric receptor tyrosine kinase DDR1. J. Biol. Chem 281 (2006). no. 32, p. 2274422751.
[6] Yeung, D., et al, Oligomerization of DDR1 ECD affects receptor-ligand binding. J. Struct. Biol (2013). p. 16.
[7] The authors acknowledge funding from NSF CMMI award 1201111.

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