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We previously showed that Hsp27 protects against apoptosis through its interaction with cytosolic cytochrome c. We have revisited this protective activity in murine cell lines expressing different levels of Hsp27. We report that Hsp27 also interferes, in a manner dependent on level of expression, with the release of cytochrome c from mitochondria. Moreover,(More)
The collecting duct is the site of final Na reabsorption according to Na balance requirements. Using isolated rat cortical collecting ducts (CCD) and mpkCCD(cl4) cells, a mouse cortical collecting duct cell line, we have studied the physiological control of Na,K-ATPase, the key enzyme that energizes Na reabsorption. Aldosterone, a major regulator of Na(More)
The effect of v-fos transformation on the cellular response to heat shock has been investigated. NIH 3T3 fibroblasts were transfected with the FBR p75gag-fos gene fusion under the control of the long terminal repeat (LTR) promoter of Finkel-Biskin-Reilly (FBR) murine sarcoma virus and with the gene encoding hygromycin resistance. Several(More)
The paralysé spontaneous mutation in mice involves degeneration and death of anterior horn motor neurons. Mutant mice are not viable past postnatal day 16. At present, the mechanisms involved in motor neuron death are unknown. Here, we investigate the expression of the small heat shock protein Hsp25, in the spinal cord of paralysé at two different stages(More)
Simian Virus 40 Large T-antigen expressed in NIH3T3 cells increases p53 level and interacts with this tumor suppressor to form large nuclear complexes. We show here that T-antigen sensitizes NIH3T3 cells to low doses of the oxidative stress inducer menadione. This oxidant increased p53 accumulation and disrupted p53/T-antigen interaction, but not(More)
We have recently reported that transformation of murine NIH 3T3 cells by v-fos oncogene interfered with Hsp70 and Hsp25 accumulation after heat shock. Here, we have investigated the effect mediated by other oncogenes on the accumulation of these stress proteins. We report that T-antigen transformation of NIH 3T3 cells delayed and reduced the accumulation of(More)
BACKGROUND The association of acute chest pain, elevation of the cardiac enzymes and biological markers of inflammation suggests the diagnosis of myocarditis. The aim of the present study is to evaluate the diagnostic value of the multidetectors cardiac tomodensitometry (MDCT) for the confirmation of this diagnosis. PATIENTS AND METHODS From October 2005(More)
Acute coronary occlusion is the leading cause of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest, so patients are usually referred for immediate coronary angiography and angioplasty. We report here the observation of such a patient who previously underwent a coronary artery bypass intervention and who had a difficult arterial access. Moreover, the nature of the grafts was(More)
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