Fibronectins - Cell Biology

  1. Shinde, A.V., Bystroff, C., Wang, C., Vincent, P.A., Vogelezang, M.G., Hynes, R.O. and Van De Water, L.  (2008).  EIIIA (ED-A), the alternatively spliced segment of fibronectin, exhibits cryptic cell adhesive activity to integrin α9β1.  J. Biol. Chem. 283: 2858-2870.
  2. Eshghi, S., Vogelezang, M.G., Hynes, R.O., Griffith, L.G. and Lodish, H.F. (2007).  a4b1 integrin and erythropoietin mediate temporally distinct steps in erythropoiesis: integrins in red cell development. J. Cell Biol. 177: 871-880.
  3. Price, J. and Hynes, R.O. (1985). Astrocytes in culture synthesize and secrete a variant form of fibronectin. J. Neuroscience, 15:2205-2211.
  4. Senger, D.R., Destree, A.T. and Hynes, R.O. (1983). Complex regulation of fibronectin synthesis by cells in culture. Am. J. Physiol. 245:144-150.
  5. Van De Water, L., Destree, A.T. and Hynes, R.O. (1983). Fibronectin binds to some bacteria but does not promote their uptake by phagocytic cells. Science 220:201-204.
  6. Tamkun, J. and Hynes, R.O. (1983). Plasma fibronectin is synthesized and secreted by hepatocytes. J. Biol. Chem. 258:4641-4647.
  7. Wagner, D.D. and Hynes, R.O. (1982). Fibronectin-coated beads are endocytosed by cells and align with microfilament bundles. Exp. Cell Res. 140:373-381.
  8. Hynes, R.O., Destree, A.T. and Wagner, D.D. (1982). Relationships between fibronectin actin and cell-substratum adhesion, in, "Organization of the Cytoplasm," Cold Spring Harbor Symp. Quant. Biol. 46:659-670.
  9. Van De Water, L., Schroeder, S., Crenshaw, E.B. and Hynes, R.O. (1981). Phagocytosis of gelatin-latex particles by a murine macrophage line is dependent on fibronectin and heparin. J. Cell Biol. 90:32-39.
  10. Choi, M. and Hynes, R.O. (1979). Biosynthesis and processing of fibronectin in NIL.8 hamster cells. J. Biol. Chem., 254:12050-12055.
  11. Perkins, M.E., Ji, T.H. and Hynes, R.O. (1979). Crosslinking of fibronectin to proteoglycans at the cell surface. Cell 16:941-952.
  12. Mahdαvi, V. and Hynes, R.O. (1979). Proteolytic enzymes in normal and transformed cells. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 583:167-178.
  13. Hynes, R.O. and Destree, A.T. (1978). Relationships between fibronectin (LETS protein) and actin. Cell 15:875-886.
  14. Hynes, R.O., Ali, I.U., Destree, A.T., Mautner, V.M., Perkins, M.E. Senger, D.R., Wagner, D.D. and Smith, K. (1978). A large glycoprotein lost from the surfaces of transformed cells. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 312:317-342
  15. Mahdαvi, V. and Hynes, R.O. (1978). Effects of cocultivation with transformed cells on surface proteins of normal cells. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 542:191-208.
  16. Ali, I.U. and Hynes, R.O. (1978). Effects of LETS glycoprotein on cell motility. Cell 14:439-446.
  17. Ali, I.U. and Hynes, R.O. (1978). Role of disulfide bonds in the attachment and function of LETS glycoprotein at the cell surface. Biochem. Biophys. Acta 510:140-150.
  18. Dunham, J.S. and Hynes, R.O. (1978). Differences in the sulfated macromolecules synthesized by normal and transformed hamster fibroblasts. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 506:242-255.
  19. Hynes, R.O., Destree, A.T., Mautner, V.M. and Ali, I.U. (1977). Synthesis, secretion, and attachment of LETS glycoprotein in normal and transformed cells. J. Supramol. Struct. 7:397-408.
  20. Ali, I.U. and Hynes, R.O. (1977). Effects of cytochalasin B and colchicine on attachment of a major surface protein of fibroblasts. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 471:16-24.
  21. Mautner, V.M. and Hynes, R.O. (1977). Surface distribution of LETS protein in relation to the cytoskeleton of normal and transformed fibroblasts. J. Cell Biol. 75:743-768.
  22. Hynes, R.O. and Destree, A.T. (1977). Extensive disulfide bonding at the mammalian cell surface. Proc.Natl.Acad.Sci. 74:2855-2859.
  23. Ali, I.U., Mautner, V.M., Lanza, R.P. and Hynes, R.O. (1977). Restoration of normal morphology, adhesion and cytoskeleton in transformed cells by addition of a transformation-sensitive surface protein. Cell 11:115-126.
  24. Hynes, R.O., Destree, A.T. and Mautner, V.M. (1976). Spatial organization at the cell surface, in "Membranes and Neoplasia: New Approaches and Strategies", pp. 189-201. (V.T. Marchesi, ed.) Alan R. Liss, Inc., New York.
  25. Critchley, D.R., Wyke, J.A. and Hynes, R.O. (1976). Cell surface and metabolic labelling of the proteins of normal and transformed chicken cells. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 436:335-352.
  26. Pearlstein, R., Hynes, R.O., Franks, L.M. and Hemmings, V.J. (1976). Surface proteins and fibrinolytic activity of cultured mammalian cells. Cancer Res., 36:1475-1480.
  27. Hynes, R.O. and Pearlstein, E.S. (1976). Investigations of the possible role of proteases in altering surface proteins of virally transformed hamster fibroblasts. J. Supramol. Struc. 4:1-14
  28. Hynes, R.O., Martin, G.S., Shearer, M., Critchley, D.R. and Epstein, C.J. (1976). Viral transformation of rat myoblasts: effects on fusion and surface properties. Dev. Biol. 48:35-46.
  29. Hynes, R.O. and Wyke, J.A. (1975). Alterations in surface proteins in chicken cells transformed by temperature-sensitive mutants of Rous sarcoma virus. Virology 64:492-504.
  30. Graham, J.M., Hynes, R.O., Davidson, E.A. and Bainton, D.F. (1975). The location of proteins labelled by the 125I-lactoperoxidase system in the NIL8 hamster fibroblast. Cell 4:353-365.
  31. Hynes, R.O. and Bye, J.M. (1974). Density and cell cycle dependence of cell surface proteins in hamster fibroblasts. Cell 3:113-120.
  32. Hynes, R.O. and Humphryes, K.C. (1974). Characterization of the external proteins of hamster fibroblasts. J. Cell Biol. 62:438-448.
  33. Hynes, R.O. (1973). Alteration of cell-surface proteins by viral transformation and by proteolysis. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 70:3170-3174.