Recombinant human uteroglobin/CC10 inhibits the adhesion and migration of primary human endothelial cells via specific and saturable binding to fibronectin

Giovanni Antico, Mark W. Lingen, Antonella Sassano, James Melby, Richard W. Welch, Stefano Fiore, Aprile L. Pilon, Lucio Miele*

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