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      Specificity of fibronectin--fibrin cross-linking.

      Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences

      Amino Acid Sequence, metabolism, Trypsin, Transglutaminases, Time Factors, Substrate Specificity, Humans, Fibronectins, Fibrin, Factor XIII, Chromatography, Affinity

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          Our experiments indicate that (1) non-covalent binding of fibronectin to fibrin is mediated by sites in a 27 kd NH2-terminal region and a 31 kd COOH-terminal region of fibronectin; (2) the 31 kd region is probably present in both chains of the fibronectin dimer; and (3) covalent (factor XIIIa-mediated) cross-linking of fibronectin and fibrin is between a glutaminyl residue in the 27 kd region of fibronectin and a lysyl residue in the COOH-terminal two-thirds of the fibrin alpha chain.

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