Crucial role for the VWF A1 domain in binding to type IV collagen

Veronica H. Flood*, Abraham C. Schlauderaff, Sandra L. Haberichter, Tricia L. Slobodianuk, Paula M. Jacobi, Daniel B. Bellissimo, Pamela A. Christopherson, Kenneth D. Friedman, Joan Cox Gill, Raymond G. Hoffmann, Robert R. Montgomery, T. Abshire, A. Dunn, C. Bennett, J. Lusher, M. Rajpurkar, D. Brown, A. Shapiro, S. Lentz, J. GillC. Leissinger, M. Ragni, J. Hord, M. Manco-Johnson, J. Strouse, A. Ma, L. Valentino, L. Boggio, A. Sharathkumar, R. Gruppo, B. Kerlin, J. Journeycake, R. Kulkarni, D. Green, D. Mahoney, L. Mathias, A. Bedros, C. Diamond, A. Neff, D. Di Michele, P. Giardina, A. Cohen, M. Paidas, E. Werner, A. Matsunaga, M. Tarantino, F. Shafer, B. Konkle, A. Cuker, P. Kouides, D. Stein

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