The plasma membrane controls the selective internalization of (macro)molecules through different mechanisms, often relaying on specialized outward-facing carriers such as exofacial proteins thiols (EPTs). Although the interchange of critical thiols and disulphides between EPTs and exogenous cargoes is the first critical event, the identification of specific cell interactors remains to be thoroughly explored. Besides, it is likewise evident that only the relatively little suite of EPTs truly reactive can be considered theranostic targets.

A Stepwise Approach for the Isolation and the Identification of Chemically Reactive Exofacial Protein Thiols

CANDIANI, GABRIELE;FASOLI, ELISA
2017

Abstract

The plasma membrane controls the selective internalization of (macro)molecules through different mechanisms, often relaying on specialized outward-facing carriers such as exofacial proteins thiols (EPTs). Although the interchange of critical thiols and disulphides between EPTs and exogenous cargoes is the first critical event, the identification of specific cell interactors remains to be thoroughly explored. Besides, it is likewise evident that only the relatively little suite of EPTs truly reactive can be considered theranostic targets.
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Exofacial protein thiols (EPTs); HeLa; mass spectrometry; microparticles; proteomics; theranostics
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