Marie Galitzine

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BACKGROUND In contrast to other agents able to induce apoptosis of cultured cells, Ca2+ ionophore A23187 was shown to elicit direct activation of intracellular signal(s). The phenotype of the cells derived from patients having the hemorrhagic disease Scott syndrome, is associated with an abnormally high proportion of apoptotic cells, both in basal culture(More)
Calcium (Ca2+) ionophores are the most effective agents able to elicit rapid membrane remodeling in vitro. This process exposes aminophospholipids at the surface of platelets and blood cells, thus providing a catalytic surface for coagulation. To explore the underlying mechanism, we examined if cytosolic Ca2+ ([Ca2+]i) increase through store-operated Ca2+(More)
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