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Default Collagen connection: The sticky ends

Collagen connection: The sticky ends

Discovering the secrets of collagen, a major component of connective tissue in mammals could lead to improved tissue engineering and cosmetic and reconstructive medicine. Researchers at Rice University have now used NMR spectroscopy to demonstrate how model collagen fibres self-assemble via their sticky ends.

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