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Exploring Rat Plasmatic Proteomes: What Triggered the Liver Regeneration? (Supplementary materials)

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To further clarify the priming mechanism of liver regeneration, proteins and protein complexes from rat plasma (normal group, partial hepatectomy (PHx) group and sham-operation group) were comparatively studied by twodimensional gel electrophoresis and two-dimensional blue native gel electrophoresis. Our results suggested that Kupffer cell—NF-κB/ROS might trigger the liver regeneration.

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Keywords: Liver regeneration; plasma; protein; protein complex; two-dimensional blue native gel electrophoresis; two-dimensional gel electrophoresis

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2009-06-01

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