His scientific interests lie mostly in Fibrillin, Biochemistry, Fibrillin Microfibrils, Fibrillins and Fibrillin-2. His Fibrillin study results in a more complete grasp of Internal medicine. His research in Fibrillin Microfibrils intersects with topics in Dermatan sulfate, Perlecan and Chondroitin.
His Fibrillins research incorporates elements of Biophysics and Lectican. Dieter P. Reinhardt combines subjects such as Phenotype, Computational biology and Anatomy with his study of Fibrillin-2. His Matrix study in the realm of Cell biology connects with subjects such as Microfibril.
Dieter P. Reinhardt mainly investigates Fibrillin, Cell biology, Extracellular matrix, Fibrillins and Biochemistry. The concepts of his Fibrillin study are interwoven with issues in Biophysics and Pathology. His Cell biology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Integrin, Integrin binding, Internal medicine and Endocrinology.
His Extracellular matrix research focuses on Elastin and how it relates to Lysyl oxidase. In his work, Peptide sequence is strongly intertwined with Protein structure, which is a subfield of Fibrillins. His study in the field of Recombinant DNA, Binding site, Plasma protein binding and Perlecan is also linked to topics like Proteolysis.
Dieter P. Reinhardt spends much of his time researching Extracellular matrix, Cell biology, Fibronectin, Elastin and Fibrillin. His Extracellular matrix research focuses on Fibrillin-2 and Fibrillin Microfibrils. His studies in Fibrillin Microfibrils integrate themes in fields like Embryonic stem cell and Transgene.
His research integrates issues of Knockout mouse and Phenocopy in his study of Cell biology. His study in Fibronectin is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Phenotype, Biophysics and Fibrillins. His Fibrillin research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Endocrinology, Gene expression, Integrin, Integrin binding and microRNA.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Extracellular matrix, Elastin, Fibronectin, Cell biology and Biophysics. Dieter P. Reinhardt works in the field of Extracellular matrix, namely Fibrillin Microfibrils. The Fibronectin study combines topics in areas such as Cell culture, Phenotype, Lysyl oxidase, Cell type and Gene isoform.
His Cell biology research includes elements of Glycosylation, Marfan syndrome, Glycoprotein and Proteomics. In his research on the topic of Biophysics, Fibrillin is strongly related with Binding protein. Fibrillin is a primary field of his research addressed under Internal medicine.
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The Conduit System Transports Soluble Antigens from the Afferent Lymph to Resident Dendritic Cells in the T Cell Area of the Lymph Node
Michael Sixt;Nobuo Kanazawa;Manuel Selg;Thomas Samson.
Latent Transforming Growth Factor β-binding Protein 1 Interacts with Fibrillin and Is a Microfibril-associated Protein
Zenzo Isogai;Robert N. Ono;Shin Ushiro;Douglas R. Keene.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2003)
Recombinant nidogen consists of three globular domains and mediates binding of laminin to collagen type IV.
J W Fox;U Mayer;R Nischt;M Aumailley.
The EMBO Journal (1991)
Targetting of the gene encoding fibrillin-1 recapitulates the vascular aspect of Marfan syndrome.
Lygia Pereira;Konstantinos Andrikopoulos;Konstantinos Andrikopoulos;Jenny Tian;Sui Ying Lee.
Nature Genetics (1997)
The molecular genetics of Marfan syndrome and related disorders
Peter N. Robinson;E. Arteaga-Solis;C. Baldock;G. Collod-Béroud.
Journal of Medical Genetics (2006)
Fibrillin-1: organization in microfibrils and structural properties.
Dieter P. Reinhardt;Douglas R. Keene;Glen M. Corson;Ernst Pöschl.
Journal of Molecular Biology (1996)
Fibrillin-1 and Fibulin-2 Interact and Are Colocalized in Some Tissues
Dieter P. Reinhardt;Takako Sasaki;Bette J. Dzamba;Douglas R. Keene.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1996)
Versican interacts with fibrillin-1 and links extracellular microfibrils to other connective tissue networks
Zenzo Isogai;Anders Aspberg;Douglas R. Keene;Robert N. Ono.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2002)
Fibrillin Assembly Requires Fibronectin
Laetitia Sabatier;Daliang Chen;Christine Fagotto-Kaufmann;Dirk Hubmacher.
Molecular Biology of the Cell (2008)
Nidogen mediates the formation of ternary complexes of basement membrane components
Monique Aumailley;Cristina Battaglia;Ulrike Mayer;Dieter Reinhardt.
Kidney International (1993)
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