The extracellular matrix protein in connective tissue. Inelastic protein groups present in tendon, ligament, connective skin tissue, dentin, cartilage, and bone. Used in gelatin and animal glues.
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- Microporous collagen spheres produced via thermally induced phase separation for tissue regeneration. - The University of Auckland Library
- The different forms of collagen and gelatin - University of Canterbury Library
- The collagenous microstructure of cardiac ventricular trabeculae carneae - The University of Auckland Library
- Fibrillar collagen structure in ovine leather and related materials and its relationship to strength : a thesis presented in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering at Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand - Massey University
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