Sylvie Poggioli

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Modification of proteins by reactive oxygen species is implicated in different disorders. The proteasome is a multicatalytic proteinase in charge of intracellular protein turnover and of oxidized proteins degradation. Consequently, proteasome function is very important in controlling the level of altered proteins in eukaryotic cells. Evidence for a decline(More)
Anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH) also known as Müllerian inhibiting substance or factor, is a Sertoli cell-secreted glycoprotein responsible in male embryos for Müllerian duct regression. However, its role in adults remains unknown. AMH seminal concentrations have been evaluated using an enzyme-linked immunoassay in three groups of young men: group 1, fertile(More)
The present study analyses differential polypeptide expression of seminal plasma from fertile and infertile men by two-dimensional gel electrophoresis. Optimization of solubilization of seminal plasma was obtained by using [3-(3-(cholamidopropyl) dimethyl-ammonio)-1-propane sulphonate] and chaotropic agent mixture in lysis buffer before separation in(More)
Advanced glycation end products (AGE) have been analyzed in aging human peripheral blood lymphocytes since protein glycation and glycoxidation are believed to contribute to the intracellular age-related accumulation of damaged proteins, a process that has been associated with the cellular functional deficits that occur with age. The appearance of AGE in(More)
Oxidatively modified proteins have been analyzed in aging human peripheral blood lymphocytes since protein modification by oxidation and other related pathways are believed to contribute to the intracellular age-related accumulation of damaged proteins, a process that has been associated with the cellular functional deficits that occur with age. Advanced(More)
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