Scatter factor stimulates migration of vascular endothelium and capillary-like tube formation.

E. M. Rosen, D. Grant, H. Kleinman, S. Jaken, M. A. Donovan, E. Setter, P. M. Luckett, W. Carley, M. Bhargava, I. D. Goldberg

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Abstract

Scatter factors (SFs) are heat- and trypsin-sensitive cytokines secreted by fibroblastic and vascular smooth muscle cell lines which stimulate motility of normal epithelium, carcinoma cells, and vascular endothelium. Human and mouse SFs have been purified and identified as 90 kD heterodimeric proteins consisting of heavy (58 kD) and light (31 kD) disulfide-bonded subunits. Partial amino acid sequence data from SF-derived tryptic peptides indicate marked sequence homology with hepatocyte growth factors, suggesting a common multigene family. In this chapter we describe the regulation by SF of vascular endothelial cell chemotaxis and chemokinesis; migration from microcarrier beads to flat surfaces; invasion through porous filters coated with reconstituted basement membrane; secretion of plasminogen activator; and in vitro capillary-like tube formation on a basement membrane surface.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)76-88
Number of pages13
JournalEXS
Volume59
StatePublished - 1991

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Hepatocyte Growth Factor
Vascular Endothelium
Basement Membrane
Plasminogen Activators
Chemotaxis
Multigene Family
Sequence Homology
Vascular Smooth Muscle
Disulfides
Trypsin
Smooth Muscle Myocytes
Amino Acid Sequence
Epithelium
Endothelial Cells
Hot Temperature
Cytokines
Carcinoma
Light
Cell Line
Peptides

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Rosen, E. M., Grant, D., Kleinman, H., Jaken, S., Donovan, M. A., Setter, E., ... Goldberg, I. D. (1991). Scatter factor stimulates migration of vascular endothelium and capillary-like tube formation. EXS, 59, 76-88.

Scatter factor stimulates migration of vascular endothelium and capillary-like tube formation. / Rosen, E. M.; Grant, D.; Kleinman, H.; Jaken, S.; Donovan, M. A.; Setter, E.; Luckett, P. M.; Carley, W.; Bhargava, M.; Goldberg, I. D.

In: EXS, Vol. 59, 1991, p. 76-88.

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Rosen, EM, Grant, D, Kleinman, H, Jaken, S, Donovan, MA, Setter, E, Luckett, PM, Carley, W, Bhargava, M & Goldberg, ID 1991, 'Scatter factor stimulates migration of vascular endothelium and capillary-like tube formation.', EXS, vol. 59, pp. 76-88.
Rosen EM, Grant D, Kleinman H, Jaken S, Donovan MA, Setter E et al. Scatter factor stimulates migration of vascular endothelium and capillary-like tube formation. EXS. 1991;59:76-88.
Rosen, E. M. ; Grant, D. ; Kleinman, H. ; Jaken, S. ; Donovan, M. A. ; Setter, E. ; Luckett, P. M. ; Carley, W. ; Bhargava, M. ; Goldberg, I. D. / Scatter factor stimulates migration of vascular endothelium and capillary-like tube formation. In: EXS. 1991 ; Vol. 59. pp. 76-88.
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