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Matthew Armanious Module 7 Homework 1. Name that molecule or complex (adhesion/junction): a. Thin alpha helix fibrils, found in intervertebral disks Collagen b. Motors composed of this protein are used to contract the cell during migration Actin c. Cell-cell adhesion that links to intermediate filaments Desmosomes d. A dimer that contains a heparin-binding domain which facilitates binding to other ECM molecules as well as growth factors resulting in haptotactic gradients Fibrin e. A monomer that participates in homotypic bonds during the leukocyte adhesion cascade Integrin f. Comes in a many lengths and (with one exception) covalently attach to proteins increasing their sugar content Oligosaccharides g. An adhesion that utilizes integrins and connects to the actin cytoskeleton Focal Content h. Three chains joined together in a cross or “t” shaped Laminin 2. (1 page or less) Provide a critical response to the assigned reading article “Directed Migration in Neural Tissue Engineering” by Wrobel and Sundararaghavan. First, concisely
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  • Spring '18
  • Drummond
  • Schwann Cell, Glial cell, neural tissue engineering

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