Sequence in raw or FASTA format:
COL1A1 collagen, type I, alpha 1 [Bos taurus (cattle)]
|Entrez Gene ID
||collagen, type I, alpha 1
|General protein information
- Preferred Names
- collagen alpha-1(I) chain
- collagen alpha-1(I) chain
- alpha-1 type I collagen
||Bos taurus (cattle)
|5493857||Extracellular matrix organization|
|5494646||Assembly of collagen fibrils and other multimeric structures|
|5494674||Collagen biosynthesis and modifying enzymes|
Related articles in PubMed
- The aggregation behavior of native collagen in dilute solution studied by intrinsic fluorescence and external probing. Wu K, et al. Spectrochim Acta A Mol Biomol Spectrosc, 2013 Feb. PMID 23220534.
- Two subsystems of meniscal collagen and their different thermal stabilities. Ignatieva NY, et al. Dokl Biochem Biophys, 2012 May-Jun. PMID 22773005.
- Delay of cell cycle progression and induction death of cancer cells on type I collagen fibrils [corrected]. Sasaki J, et al. Connect Tissue Res, 2011 Jun. PMID 20672981.
- Free axial vibrations at 0 to 200 Hz positively affect extracellular matrix messenger ribonucleic acid expression in bovine nucleus pulposi. Desmoulin GT, et al. Spine (Phila Pa 1976), 2010 Jul 1. PMID 20386503.
- A whole-genome assembly of the domestic cow, Bos taurus. Zimin AV, et al. Genome Biol, 2009. PMID 19393038.
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The experiment results demonstrated that the aggregates of collagen incurred in the range of 0.30-0.45 mg/mL, while the more complicated ones emerged at higher concentrations of collagen (0.75 and 1.05 mg/mL).
Title: The aggregation behavior of native collagen in dilute solution studied by intrinsic fluorescence and external probing.
Two subsystems of meniscal collagen and their different thermal stabilities.
Title: Two subsystems of meniscal collagen and their different thermal stabilities.
These results imply that the fibril form of collagen plays a potential role in inhibiting the growth of cancer cells.
Title: Delay of cell cycle progression and induction death of cancer cells on type I collagen fibrils [corrected].
Data show that biglycan, collagen type I, collagen type II, decorin, and versican were significantly affected by vibration duration, frequency, and amplitude.
Title: Free axial vibrations at 0 to 200 Hz positively affect extracellular matrix messenger ribonucleic acid expression in bovine nucleus pulposi.
Flow induced alpha2beta1 activation in cells on collagen, but not on fibronectin or fibrinogen. Conversely, alpha5beta1 and alphavbeta3 are activated on fibronectin and fibrinogen, but not collagen.
Title: Matrix-specific suppression of integrin activation in shear stress signaling.
In advanced stage granulomas in Mycobacterium bovis-infected cattle, there was an increase in the expression of type I procollagen
Title: Advanced granulomatous lesions in Mycobacterium bovis-infected cattle are associated with increased expression of type I procollagen, gammadelta (WC1+) T cells and CD 68+ cells.
A molecular model of collagen hydration is used to validate centrifugal dehydration force (CDF) and re-hydration isotherm (RHI) methods to measure and characterize hydration compartments on bovine tendon.
Title: Verification of simple hydration/dehydration methods to characterize multiple water compartments on tendon type 1 collagen.
These results demonstrate a novel and important functional role of the DDR2 extracellular domain that may contribute to collagen regulation via modulation of fibrillogenesis.
Title: Discoidin domain receptor 2 inhibits fibrillogenesis of collagen type 1.
specific ADAMTS-2 domains cleave the aminopropeptide of fibrillar procollagens types I-III and V
Title: Domains and maturation processes that regulate the activity of ADAMTS-2, a metalloproteinase cleaving the aminopropeptide of fibrillar procollagens types I-III and V.
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