Solenne Chardonnet

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A proteomic approach including two-dimensional electrophoresis and MALDI-TOF analysis has been developed to identify the soluble proteins of the unicellular photosynthetic algae Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. We first described the partial 2D-picture of soluble proteome obtained from whole cells grown on acetate. Then we studied the effects of the exposure of(More)
In a continuing effort to analyze the selectivity/redundancy of the three glutaredoxin (Grx) enzymes of the model cyanobacterium Synechocystis PCC6803, we have characterized an enzyme system that plays a crucial role in protection against two toxic metal pollutants, mercury and uranium. The present data show that Grx1 (Slr1562 in CyanoBase) selectively(More)
Glutathionylation, the reversible post-translational formation of a mixed disulfide between a cysteine residue and glutathione (GSH), is a crucial mechanism for signal transduction and regulation of protein function. Until now this reversible redox modification was studied mainly in eukaryotic cells. Here we report a large-scale proteomic analysis of(More)
Mechanosensitive channels are detected in all cells and are speculated to play a key role in many functions including osmoregulation, growth, hearing, balance, and touch. In prokaryotic cells, a direct gating of mechanosensitive channels by membrane tension was clearly demonstrated because the purified channels could be functionally reconstituted in a lipid(More)
Exposure of sarcoplasmic reticulum membranes to 4-hydroxy-2-nonenal (HNE) resulted in inhibition of the maximal ATPase activity and Ca(2+) transport ability of SERCA1a, the Ca(2+) pump in these membranes. The concomitant presence of ATP significantly protected SERCA1a ATPase activity from inhibition. ATP binding and phosphoenzyme formation from ATP were(More)
This study was conducted to establish a new methodology for evaluating elements of dermal extracellular matrix (ECM), of epidermal-dermal junction (EDJ), and effects of molecules which can modulate their synthesis. This methodology is based on matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometric imaging (MALDI-MSI). In vivo reflectance confocal(More)
OBJECTIVE We have previously reported that SASH1 expression is increased in circulating human monocytes from smokers and was positively correlated with the number of carotid atherosclerotic plaques. The aim of this study was to further validate the link between smoking, SASH1 and atherosclerosis within the vascular wall and to assess the impact of SASH1(More)
The eight pre- or/and post-synaptic metabotropic glutamatergic receptors (mGluRs) modulate rapid excitatory transmission sustained by ionotropic receptors. They are classified in three families according to their percentage of sequence identity and their pharmacological properties. mGluR4 belongs to group III and is mainly localized presynaptically.(More)
PC12 cells acquire a neuronal phenotype in response to nerve growth factor (NGF). However, this phenotype is more efficiently achieved when the Dp71Δ78-79 dystrophin mutant is stably expressed in PC12-C11 cells. To investigate the effect of Dp71Δ78-79 overexpression on the protein profile of PC12-C11 cells, we compared the expression profiles of(More)
STUDY QUESTION Could the follicle proteome be mapped by identifying specific proteins that are common or differ between three developmental stages from the secondary follicle to the antrum-like stage? SUMMARY ANSWER From a total of 1401 proteins identified in the follicles, 609 were common to the three developmental stages investigated and 444 were found(More)