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Vitronectin also called serum spreading factor or complement S-protein, is a member of the pexin family (1). Found in serum and in tissues, Vitronectin exist in two forms; as a single chain (75kDa) and as a clipped form composed of two chains (65kDa and 10kDa). Vitronectin promotes cell adhesion, spreading and migration through specific interactions with cellular integrins, and inhibits cytolysis by the complement C5b-9 complex (2-4). Vitronectin also interacts with several critical proteins that regulate thrombosis and fibrinolysis. Vitronectin is phosphorylated by PKA and CKII (5).
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- somatomedin B
- serum spreading factor
- Serum-spreading factor
- complement S-protein
- vitronectin (serum spreading factor, somatomedin B, complement S-protein)
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