Quantitative proteomics analysis of platelet-derived microparticles reveals distinct protein signatures when stimulated by different physiological agonists.

@article{Milioli2015QuantitativePA,
  title={Quantitative proteomics analysis of platelet-derived microparticles reveals distinct protein signatures when stimulated by different physiological agonists.},
  author={Marco Milioli and Mar{\'i}a Ib{\'a}{\~n}ez-Vea and Simone Sidoli and Giuseppe Palmisano and Maria Careri and Martin R Larsen},
  journal={Journal of proteomics},
  year={2015},
  volume={121},
  pages={56-66}
}
UNLABELLED Platelet-derived MPs (PMPs) are a heterogeneous population of microvesicles released from platelets upon activation and apoptosis. Different platelet activations may affect PMP protein profiles and roles in intercellular communication. Here, we performed a quantitative proteomics study to characterize the protein content of PMPs generated by four differentially activated platelet samples. We selected known physiological agonists for platelet activation such as ADP, thrombin and… CONTINUE READING
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