His primary scientific interests are in Laminin, Basement membrane, Cell biology, Biochemistry and Fibronectin. His research in Laminin intersects with topics in Immunology and Cellular differentiation. His Basement membrane research integrates issues from Cell culture, Matrigel, Cancer research, Matrix and Extracellular matrix.
His work deals with themes such as Wound healing, Growth factor, Platelet-derived growth factor receptor, Cell adhesion and Biological activity, which intersect with Cell biology. His research on Biochemistry often connects related topics like Molecular biology. His Fibronectin study incorporates themes from Antibody and Glycoprotein.
George R. Martin spends much of his time researching Biochemistry, Basement membrane, Laminin, Cell biology and Molecular biology. Biochemistry and Connective tissue are commonly linked in his work. His Basement membrane study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Heparan sulfate, Membrane, Type IV collagen and Collagenase.
His Laminin research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Fibronectin, Perlecan, Cell adhesion and Glycoprotein. His studies deal with areas such as Adhesion, Chemotaxis, Growth factor and Immunology as well as Cell biology. His Molecular biology study also includes
George R. Martin mainly focuses on Laminin, Cell biology, Basement membrane, Cancer research and Matrigel. His Laminin study falls within the topics of Extracellular matrix and Biochemistry. His Basement membrane research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in In vivo and MMP1.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Cancer cell, Collagenase, Metastasis and Immunology in addition to Cancer research. He has included themes like Endothelial stem cell, Antibody and Pathology in his Matrigel study. He combines subjects such as Molecular biology, Endocrinology and Internal medicine, Carcinoma with his study of Cell culture.
George R. Martin spends much of his time researching Laminin, Matrigel, Cancer research, Cell culture and Extracellular matrix. The concepts of his Laminin study are interwoven with issues in Molecular biology, Cell adhesion, Immunology and Gene isoform. His Cell adhesion study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Fibronectin.
His work in Matrigel addresses subjects such as Endocrinology, which are connected to disciplines such as Vimentin, Metastasis, Cancer cell, Cancer and Cell growth. The Extracellular matrix study combines topics in areas such as Matrix, Angiogenesis and Basement membrane. His Matrix research incorporates elements of Cellular differentiation and In vivo.
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A Rapid in Vitro Assay for Quantitating the Invasive Potential of Tumor Cells
A Albini;Y Iwamoto;H K Kleinman;G R Martin.
Cancer Research (1987)
Role of collagenous matrices in the adhesion and growth of cells.
H K Kleinman;R J Klebe;G R Martin.
Journal of Cell Biology (1981)
Matrigel: basement membrane matrix with biological activity.
Hynda K. Kleinman;George R. Martin.
Seminars in Cancer Biology (2005)
Osteonectin, A Bone-Specific Protein Linking Mineral to Collagen
John D. Termine;Hynda K. Kleinman;S.William Whitson;Kathleen M. Conn.
Laminin and Other Basement Membrane Components
George R. Martin;Rupert Timpl.
Annual Review of Cell Biology (1987)
Two different laminin domains mediate the differentiation of human endothelial cells into capillary-like structures in vitro
Derrick S. Grant;Ken-Ichiro Tashiro;Bartolome Segui-Real;Yoshihiko Yamada.
Platelet-derived growth factor in chemotactic for fibroblasts.
H Seppä;G Grotendorst;S Seppä;E Schiffmann.
Journal of Cell Biology (1982)
A simple, quantitative method for assessing angiogenesis and antiangiogenic agents using reconstituted basement membrane, heparin, and fibroblast growth factor.
A. Passaniti;R. M. Taylor;R. Pili;Y. Guo.
Laboratory Investigation (1992)
Identification of an amino acid sequence in laminin mediating cell attachment, chemotaxis, and receptor binding.
Jeannette Graf;Yukihide Iwamoto;Makoto Sasaki;George R. Martin.
A simplified laminin nomenclature
Monique Aumailley;Leena Bruckner-Tuderman;William G. Carter;Rainer Deutzmann.
Matrix Biology (2005)
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