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NKISK peptide

inhibits the binding of decorin, a proteoglycan on the surface of collagen fibrils, to fibronectin, a tissue adhesion molecule, which are thought to play a role in interfibrillar binding; produces dose-dependent tendon lengthening in an in vivo setting with minimal effects on the mechanical properties of the treated tendons
Also Known As:
Asn-Lys-Ile-Ser-Lys; asparagyl-lysyl-isoleucyl-seryl-lysine
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