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1. (WO1991009113) SYNTHETIC POLYPEPTIDE WITH TYPE IV COLLAGEN ACTIVITY
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WHAT IS CLAIMED IS:
1. A polypeptide of the formula:

leu-ala-gly-ser-cys-leu-ala-arg-phe-ser-thr-met.

2. A prosthetic device designed for placement in vivo, comprising a surface coated with a composition
comprising a polypeptide of the formula:

leu-ala-gly-ser-cys-leu-ala-arg-phe-ser-thr-met .

3. The prosthetic device of claim 2, wherein said
surface constitutes a portion of a vascular graft.

4. The prosthetic device of claim 2 , wherein said
surface is made of a synthetic resin fiber.

5. The prosthetic device of claim 2 , wherein said
surface constitutes a portion of an intraocular
contact lens .

6. The prosthetic device of claim 2, wherein said
surface constitutes a portion of a hip replacement implant.

7. The prosthetic device of claim 2, wherein said
surface constitutes a portion of a percutaneous
device .

8. A prosthetic device in accordance with claim 4, wherein said synthetic resin fiber is selected from the group consisting of nitrocellulose or polyester.

9. A prosthetic device in accordance with claim 4, wherein said synthetic resin fiber is a polyethylene terephthalate .

10. A cell culture substrate having a surface coated with a composition comprising a polypeptide of the formula:

leu-ala-gly-ser-cys-leu-ala-arg-phe-εer-thr-met .

11. The cell culture substrate of claim 10, wherein said surface is made of a synthetic resin.

12. The cell culture substrate of claim 10, wherein said surface constitutes a portion of a bead.

13. The cell culture medium of claim 10, wherein said surface constitutes a portion of a microporous
fiber.

14. The cell culture medium of claim 10, wherein said surface constitutes the wells of a microtiter plate.