Caractérisation du protéome des microparticules produites par les myofibroblastes cicatriciels en culture

Authors: Langlois, Amélie
Advisor: Moulin, VéroniqueGoulet, Francine
Abstract: Production of microparticles by myofibroblasts during wound healing process is a new finding in the field of cellular communication. To our knowledge, study of microparticles secreted by cell tissue is a premiere. Microparticles are thought to be carriers for signaling. To determine information carried by wound healing myofibroblast microparticles, their protein content has been characterized. Three means of protein extraction followed by mass spectrometry have been used : 2D-DIGE, improved Disc SDS-PAGE and acetone precipitation. The obtained list of proteins allows the identification of potential implication of microparticles in several pathways. Wound healing myofibroblast microparticles proteome characterization will help to better understand intercellular communication during wound healing.
Document Type: Mémoire de maîtrise
Issue Date: 2013
Open Access Date: 19 April 2018
Grantor: Université Laval
Collection:Thèses et mémoires

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