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  1. Cytotoxic activity of chimeric protein PD-L4UWSCI(tr) does not appear be affected by specificity of inhibition mediated by anti-protease WSC...

    Biochimie 107 Pt B:385 (2014) PMID 25457104

    We have produced a variant of chimeric protein, named PD-L4UWSCI(tr), changing the inhibitory specificity of WSCI domain. The purpose of this approach was to check if the cytotoxicity of the chimeric protein was altered depending on the properties of protease inhibitor domain or by a different fold...
  2. Deciphering metabolic abnormalities associated with Alzheimer's disease in the APP/PS1 mouse model using integrated metabolomic approaches.

    Biochimie 110:119 (2015) PMID 25597416

    The transgenic mouse APP/PS1 is widely employed by neuroscientists because reproduces well some of the neuropathological and cognitive deficits observed in human Alzheimer's disease. In this study, serum samples from APP/PS1 mice (n = 30) and wild-type controls (n = 30) were analyzed using a metabol...
  3. Beneficial effects of tigerinin-1R on glucose homeostasis and beta cell function in mice with diet-induced obesity-diabetes.

    Biochimie 109:18 (2015) PMID 25483926

    This paper investigates the anti-diabetic effects of tigerinin-1R (RVCSAIPLPICH.NH2), a previously described amphibian host defence peptide, in mice with diet-induced obesity-diabetes. Proteolytic degradation of synthetic tigerinin-1R was investigated by reversed-phase HPLC and MALDI-TOF mass spectr...
  4. Eicosapentaenoic acid modulates fatty acid metabolism and inflammation in Psammomys obesus.

    Biochimie 109:60 (2015) PMID 25528298

    We assessed liver expression of key genes involved in fatty acid metabolism such as PPAR-α, SREBP-1c, LXR-α and CHREBP. We also studied the expression of two inflammatory genes, i.e., TNF-α and IL-1β, in liver and adipose tissue of these animals. The STD, considered to be a high caloric diet for thi...
  5. Prediction of bacterial protein subcellular localization by incorporating various features into Chou's PseAAC and a backward feature selecti...

    Biochimie 104:100 (2014) PMID 24929100

    We proposed a novel approach to predict the subcellular localization of bacterial proteins by fusing features from position-specific score matrix (PSSM), Gene Ontology (GO) and PROFEAT. A backward feature selection approach by linear kennel of SVM was then used to rank the integrated feature vectors...
  6. Using random forest to classify linear B-cell epitopes based on amino acid properties and molecular features.

    Biochimie 103:1 (2014) PMID 24721579

    We proposed a novel peptide feature description method which combined peptide amino acid properties with chemical molecular features. Based on these combined features, a random forest (RF) classifier was adopted to classify B-cell epitopes and non-epitopes. RF is an ensemble method that uses recursi...
  7. Glutathione modulation during sensitization as well as challenge phase regulates airway reactivity and inflammation in mouse model of allerg...

    Biochimie 103:61 (2014) PMID 24742380

    Glutathione, being a major intracellular redox regulator has been shown to be implicated in regulation of airway reactivity and inflammation. However, no study so far has investigated the effect of glutathione depletion/repletion during sensitization and challenge phases separately, which could prov...
  8. Using the reversible inhibition of gastric lipase by Orlistat for investigating simultaneously lipase adsorption and substrate hydrolysis at...

    Biochimie 101:221 (2014) PMID 24508576

    The lipolysis reaction carried out by lipases at the water-lipid interface is a complex process including enzyme conformational changes, adsorption/desorption equilibrium and substrate hydrolysis. Mixed monomolecular films of the lipase inhibitor Orlistat and 1,2-dicaprin were used here to investiga...
  9. Mitochondrial iron-sulfur protein biogenesis and human disease.

    Biochimie 100:61 (2014) PMID 24462711

    Work during the past 14 years has shown that mitochondria are the primary site for the biosynthesis of iron-sulfur (Fe/S) clusters. In fact, it is this process that renders mitochondria essential for viability of virtually all eukaryotes, because they participate in the synthesis of the Fe/S cluster...
  10. Cryopreservation with dimethyl sulfoxide prevents accurate analysis of skinned skeletal muscle fibers mitochondrial respiration.

    Biochimie 100:227 (2014) PMID 24472439

    We showed that oxygen consumption with main mitochondrial substrates in rat skeletal muscles was higher in fresh samples than in cryopreserved samples and that this difference was not fixed but grow significantly with respiration rates with wide fluctuations around the mean difference. Very close re...