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Karl Kadler
Karl Kadler
Professor Emeritus, University of Manchester, UK
Verified email at manchester.ac.uk
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Collagen fibril formation
KE Kadler, DF Holmes, JA Trotter, JA Chapman
Biochemical Journal 316 (1), 1-11, 1996
18471996
Targeted disruption of decorin leads to abnormal collagen fibril morphology and skin fragility
KG Danielson, H Baribault, DF Holmes, H Graham, KE Kadler, RV Iozzo
The Journal of cell biology 136 (3), 729-743, 1997
16781997
Collagens at a glance
KE Kadler, C Baldock, J Bella, RP Boot-Handford
Journal of cell science 120 (12), 1955-1958, 2007
10832007
Procollagen trafficking, processing and fibrillogenesis
EG Canty, KE Kadler
Journal of cell science 118 (7), 1341-1353, 2005
9542005
Collagen fibrillogenesis: fibronectin, integrins, and minor collagens as organizers and nucleators
KE Kadler, A Hill, EG Canty-Laird
Current opinion in cell biology 20 (5), 495-501, 2008
9232008
The extracellular matrix factsbook
S Ayad, R Boot-Handford, M Humphries, K Kadler, A Shuttleworth
Elsevier, 1998
4661998
Assembly of collagen fibrils de novo by cleavage of the type I pC-collagen with procollagen C-proteinase. Assay of critical concentration demonstrates that collagen self …
KE Kadler, Y Hojima, DJ Prockop
Journal of Biological Chemistry 262 (32), 15696-15701, 1987
4041987
Coalignment of plasma membrane channels and protrusions (fibripositors) specifies the parallelism of tendon
EG Canty, Y Lu, RS Meadows, MK Shaw, DF Holmes, KE Kadler
The Journal of cell biology 165 (4), 553-563, 2004
3652004
Corneal collagen fibril structure in three dimensions: structural insights into fibril assembly, mechanical properties, and tissue organization
DF Holmes, CJ Gilpin, C Baldock, U Ziese, AJ Koster, KE Kadler
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98 (13), 7307-7312, 2001
2932001
Using transmission electron microscopy and 3View to determine collagen fibril size and three-dimensional organization
T Starborg, NS Kalson, Y Lu, A Mironov, TF Cootes, DF Holmes, ...
Nature protocols 8 (7), 1433-1448, 2013
2702013
Tendon functional extracellular matrix
HRC Screen, DE Berk, KE Kadler, F Ramirez, MF Young
Journal of Orthopaedic Research 33 (6), 793-799, 2015
2662015
Cartilage oligomeric matrix protein interacts with type IX collagen, and disruptions to these interactions identify a pathogenetic mechanism in a bone dysplasia family
P Holden, RS Meadows, KL Chapman, ME Grant, KE Kadler, MD Briggs
Journal of Biological Chemistry 276 (8), 6046-6055, 2001
2592001
Identification of collagen fibril fusion during vertebrate tendon morphogenesis. The process relies on unipolar fibrils and is regulated by collagen-proteoglycan interaction
HK Graham, DF Holmes, RB Watson, KE Kadler
Journal of molecular biology 295 (4), 891-902, 2000
2532000
Transcription factor EGR1 directs tendon differentiation and promotes tendon repair
MJ Guerquin, B Charvet, G Nourissat, E Havis, O Ronsin, MA Bonnin, ...
The Journal of clinical investigation 123 (8), 2013
2522013
The collagen fibril—a model system for studying the staining and fixation of a protein
JA Chapman, M Tzaphlidou, KM Meek, KE Kadler
Electron microscopy reviews 3 (1), 143-182, 1990
2371990
Age-related changes on the surface of vitreous collagen fibrils
PN Bishop, DF Holmes, KE Kadler, D McLeod, KJ Bos
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 45 (4), 1041-1046, 2004
2242004
Lysyl oxidase activity is required for ordered collagen fibrillogenesis by tendon cells
A Herchenhan, F Uhlenbrock, P Eliasson, MA Weis, D Eyre, KE Kadler, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 290 (26), 16440-16450, 2015
1942015
The supramolecular organization of fibrillin-rich microfibrils
C Baldock, AJ Koster, U Ziese, MJ Rock, MJ Sherratt, KE Kadler, ...
The Journal of cell biology 152 (5), 1045-1056, 2001
1872001
Extracellular matrix. 1: fibril-forming collagens.
K Kadler
Protein profile 1 (5), 519-638, 1994
1851994
Extracellular matrix 1: Fibril-forming collagens.
K Kadler
Protein profile 2 (5), 491-619, 1995
1831995
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