Study of Integrin-beta 1 acetylation in the control of endothelial cell physiology and barrier functions.

Datasets used in the study of Integrin beta 1 acetylation and the regulation of endothelial functions

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    Wehrle-Haller Lab
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    Dataset
    DOI
    10.26037/yareta:h3n7tiyim5ej5iitwgnultysqe
    License
    Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
    Keywords
    Integrin 1, Kindlin-2, Crystal structures, Transcriptome, Endothelial cells, Contact inhibition, Proliferation, Cell junctions, Permeability, Wound healing, integrin beta 1, Talin-1, HUVEC, eEnd2 cells, RNA sequencing
Publication date10/07/2023
Retention date07/07/2033
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  • Sidibé, Adama orcid
  • Wehrle-Haller, Bernhard orcid
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