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SPARC, a matricellular glycoprotein with important biological functions.

Yan Q, Sage EH.

J Histochem Cytochem. 1999 Dec;47(12):1495-506. Review.

PMID:
10567433
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SPARC, a matricellular protein: at the crossroads of cell-matrix.

Brekken RA, Sage EH.

Matrix Biol. 2000 Dec;19(7):569-80. Review. Corrected and republished in: Matrix Biol. 2001 Jan;19(8):816-27.

PMID:
11102747
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SPARC, a matricellular protein: at the crossroads of cell-matrix communication.

Brekken RA, Sage EH.

Matrix Biol. 2001 Jan;19(8):816-27. Review.

PMID:
11223341
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Cloning and expression of murine SC1, a gene product homologous to SPARC.

Soderling JA, Reed MJ, Corsa A, Sage EH.

J Histochem Cytochem. 1997 Jun;45(6):823-35.

PMID:
9199668
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Hevin/SC1, a matricellular glycoprotein and potential tumor-suppressor of the SPARC/BM-40/Osteonectin family.

Sullivan MM, Sage EH.

Int J Biochem Cell Biol. 2004 Jun;36(6):991-6. Review.

PMID:
15094114
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Cell cycle-dependent nuclear location of the matricellular protein SPARC: association with the nuclear matrix.

Gooden MD, Vernon RB, Bassuk JA, Sage EH.

J Cell Biochem. 1999 Aug 1;74(2):152-67.

PMID:
10404386
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SPARC deficiency leads to early-onset cataractogenesis.

Norose K, Clark JI, Syed NA, Basu A, Heber-Katz E, Sage EH, Howe CC.

Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 1998 Dec;39(13):2674-80.

PMID:
9856777
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Alterations in the lens capsule contribute to cataractogenesis in SPARC-null mice.

Yan Q, Clark JI, Wight TN, Sage EH.

J Cell Sci. 2002 Jul 1;115(Pt 13):2747-56.

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Mice deficient for the secreted glycoprotein SPARC/osteonectin/BM40 develop normally but show severe age-onset cataract formation and disruption of the lens.

Gilmour DT, Lyon GJ, Carlton MB, Sanes JR, Cunningham JM, Anderson JR, Hogan BL, Evans MJ, Colledge WH.

EMBO J. 1998 Apr 1;17(7):1860-70.

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Matricellular protein SPARC is translocated to the nuclei of immortalized murine lens epithelial cells.

Yan Q, Weaver M, Perdue N, Sage EH.

J Cell Physiol. 2005 Apr;203(1):286-94.

PMID:
15534859
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SPARC regulates cell cycle progression in mesangial cells via its inhibition of IGF-dependent signaling.

Francki A, Motamed K, McClure TD, Kaya M, Murri C, Blake DJ, Carbon JG, Sage EH.

J Cell Biochem. 2003 Mar 1;88(4):802-11.

PMID:
12577314
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Expression and characterization of murine hevin (SC1), a member of the SPARC family of matricellular proteins.

Brekken RA, Sullivan MM, Workman G, Bradshaw AD, Carbon J, Siadak A, Murri C, Framson PE, Sage EH.

J Histochem Cytochem. 2004 Jun;52(6):735-48.

PMID:
15150282
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The motif of SPARC that inhibits DNA synthesis is not a nuclear localization signal.

Kosman J, Carmean N, Leaf EM, Dyamenahalli K, Bassuk JA.

J Mol Biol. 2007 Aug 24;371(4):883-901. Epub 2007 Jun 2.

PMID:
17586526
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Impaired wound healing in mice deficient in a matricellular protein SPARC (osteonectin, BM-40).

Basu A, Kligman LH, Samulewicz SJ, Howe CC.

BMC Cell Biol. 2001;2:15. Epub 2001 Aug 7.

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SPARC regulates TGF-beta1-dependent signaling in primary glomerular mesangial cells.

Francki A, McClure TD, Brekken RA, Motamed K, Murri C, Wang T, Sage EH.

J Cell Biochem. 2004 Apr 1;91(5):915-25.

PMID:
15034927
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Functional analysis of the matricellular protein SPARC with novel monoclonal antibodies.

Sweetwyne MT, Brekken RA, Workman G, Bradshaw AD, Carbon J, Siadak AW, Murri C, Sage EH.

J Histochem Cytochem. 2004 Jun;52(6):723-33.

PMID:
15150281
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