Jean-François Lambert

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Many studies have reported condensation reactions of prebiotic molecules, such as the formation of peptide bonds between amino acids, to occur to some degree on mineral surfaces. We have studied several such reactions on the same divided silica. When drying steps are applied, the equilibria of peptide formation from glycine, and polyphosphate formation from(More)
Hematopoiesis has been considered hierarchical in nature, but recent data suggest that the system is not hierarchical and is, in fact, quite functionally plastic. Existing data indicate that engraftment and progenitor phenotypes vary inversely with cell cycle transit and that gene expression also varies widely. These observations suggest that there is no(More)
We studied the genetic and engraftment phenotype of highly purified murine hematopoietic stem cells (lineage negative, rhodamine-low, Hoechst-low) through cytokine-stimulated cell cycle. Cells were cultured in interleukin (IL)-3, IL-6, IL-11, and steel factor for 0 to 48 h and tested for engraftment capacity in a lethally irradiated murine competitive(More)
  • Mehrdad Abedi, Deborah A Greer, +6 authors P J Quesenberry
  • 2004
OBJECTIVE Murine marrow cells are capable of repopulating skeletal muscle fibers. A point of concern has been the "robustness" of such conversions. We have investigated the impact of type of cell delivery, muscle injury, nature of delivered cell, and stem cell mobilizations on marrow-to-muscle conversion. METHODS We transplanted green fluorescence protein(More)
For the first, time a strong selectivity is evidenced in inorganic peptide synthesis. When an equimolar mixture of Ala and Arg monomers is added to the synthesis medium of TiO2 nanoparticles from Ti(IV) isopropoxide in benzyl alcohol, the Ala-Arg dipeptide is observed by 13C NMR in the resulting solid, at the exclusion of other dipeptides or higher peptides.
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