A comparative global proteomic analysis of the hematopoietic lineages in the crustacean Pacifastacus leniusculus

Soderhall, Irene; Junkunlo, Kingkamon

English Scientific Article (Journal Article)
  • SJR Scopus - Developmental Biology: Q2
    In crustaceans as in other arthropods, the circulating hemocytes are vital for protecting the animal against attacking microorganisms. As many hemocytes are destroyed early during an infection, new hemocytes must fast get in place to prevent disperse of a pathogenic microbe, In order to understand the hematopoietic process in more detail we here report a complete proteomic analysis from purified cell types from the APC of the hematopoietic tissue, via the remaining parts of the HPT to the mature semigranular and granular hemocytes. Several possible cell type specific proteins are detected and new putative biomarkers within the crayfish hematopoietic lineage that can be used to increase the understanding of how the differentiation process is regulated is described.
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    2021-04-16 12:52