Lilyanne Perras

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Extracellular vesicles (EVs) are membrane-enclosed nanoparticles containing specific repertoires of genetic material. In mammals, EVs can mediate the horizontal transfer of various cargos and signaling molecules, notably miRNA and mRNA species. Whether this form of intercellular communication prevails in other metazoans remains unclear. Here, we report the(More)
Enzymes from animal sources are frequently used for quality control of enzyme activity determination in clinical chemistry. For this purpose they should be very similar to human enzymes. It is shown that preparations of enzymes of diagnostic interest from human and porcine organs, purified in exactly the same way, have very similar pH-optima and apparent(More)
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