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(Role of MFAP-4 in Elastic fiber assembly (a) Secreted MFAP-4 and fibrillin-1 interact directly, resulting in the assembly of microfibrils under normal conditions. Tropoelastins assembled with LOX recruited by fibulin-4 are subsequently cross-linked wi...)
 
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(a) Secreted MFAP-4 and fibrillin-1 interact directly, resulting in the assembly of microfibrils under normal conditions. Tropoelastins assembled with LOX recruited by fibulin-4 are subsequently cross-linked with microfibrils for the formation of complete mature elastic fibers. (b) In the absence of MFAP-4, fibrillin-1 cannot be assembled or matured for the formation of microfibrils.
 
(a) Secreted MFAP-4 and fibrillin-1 interact directly, resulting in the assembly of microfibrils under normal conditions. Tropoelastins assembled with LOX recruited by fibulin-4 are subsequently cross-linked with microfibrils for the formation of complete mature elastic fibers. (b) In the absence of MFAP-4, fibrillin-1 cannot be assembled or matured for the formation of microfibrils.
  
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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareALike 3.0 Unported License
 
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Role of MFAP-4 in Elastic fiber assembly

(a) Secreted MFAP-4 and fibrillin-1 interact directly, resulting in the assembly of microfibrils under normal conditions. Tropoelastins assembled with LOX recruited by fibulin-4 are subsequently cross-linked with microfibrils for the formation of complete mature elastic fibers. (b) In the absence of MFAP-4, fibrillin-1 cannot be assembled or matured for the formation of microfibrils.

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<pubmed>PMC3240987</pubmed>

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