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Isolation and purification of the major non-collagenous proteins of foetal porcine bone

Carmelo Domenicucci

Isolation and purification of the major non-collagenous proteins of foetal porcine bone

by Carmelo Domenicucci

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Published by Faculty of Dentistry], University of Toronto in [Toronto .
Written in English


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Thesis (M.Sc.)--University of Toronto, 1986.

Statementby Carmelo Domenicucci.
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Isolation and characterization of a distinct type of collagen from bovine fetal membranes and other tissues. Biochemistry , 18 (20), DOI: /bia Helene Cited by: Identification of organic phosphorus covalently bound to collagen and non-collagenous proteins of chicken-bone matrix: the presence of O-phosphoserine and O-phosphothreo-nine in non-collagenous proteins, and their absence from phosphorylated collagen. Biochemical Journal 81 –

Background. One of the most plentiful sources for MSCs is the bone marrow; however, it is unknown whether MSC yield differs among different bone marrow sites. In this study, we quantified cellular yield and evaluated resident MSC population from five bone marrow sites in the porcine model. In addition, we assessed the feasibility of a commercially available platelet concentrator (Magellan&# Cited by: The Online Veterinary Anatomy Museum (OVAM) project was funded by JISC as part of the Content Programme It aims to provide access to veterinary anatomical resources in the form of .

Over recent years a number of cartilage and bone matrix molecules have been identified and characterized. These include major constituents such as collagens and proteoglycans as well as a number of less-abundant matrix proteins. In several cases these proteins have been characterized by cloning and sequence analysis of the corresponding by: Presence of serum in the media has many drawbacks and can lead to serious misinterpretations in immunological studies [2, 3].A number of serum-free media have been developed [4, 5].These media are generally specifically formulated to support the culture of a single cell type, such as Knockout Serum Replacement and Knockout DMEM from Thermo Fisher Scientific, and mTESR1 medium from Stem Cited by:


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Isolation and purification of the major non-collagenous proteins of foetal porcine bone by Carmelo Domenicucci Download PDF EPUB FB2

Such factors include collagen mainly types I, III and VI, extracellular matrix proteins and cell attachment proteins, in addition to systemic hormones. One of the unique aspects of the bone formation process is the biological mineralization of the proteinaceous matrix.

Isolation and micrographic observation of porcine bone soup colloidal particles. (A) Isolation of porcine bone soup colloidal particles with size-exclusive chromatography. Bone soups were fractioned by a Sephacryl S SF column ( × 85 cm) equilibrated with M phosphate buffer (pH ).Cited by: 5.

Bone sialoprotein (BSP) is a highly glycosylated and sulphated phosphoprotein that is a major non-collagenous protein of bone. To further characterize the porcine protein and to study its expression during bone formation BSP cDNA clones were isolated from a porcine bone cDNA by:   The search for a protein nucleator of hydroxyapatite crystal formation has been a focus for the isolation and characterization of the major non-collagenous proteins in bone.

Of the proteins characterized to date, bone sialoprotein (BSP) has emerged as the only bona fide candidate for nucleation. BSP is a highly glycosylated and sulphated phosphoprotein that is found almost exclusively in mineralized connective tissues. Nagata T, Goldberg HA, Zhang Q, Domenicucci C, Sodek J (b) Biosynthesis of bone proteins by fetal porcine calvariae in vitro.

Rapid association of sulfated sialoproteins (secreted phosphoprotein-1 and bone siaoprotein) and chondroitin sulfate proteoglycan (CS-PGIII) with bone mineral.

Matrix PubMed Google ScholarCited by: The Isolation and Detection of Non-Collagenous Proteins from the Compact Bone of the Dinosaur Iguanodon. Several small collagenous apatite binding (SCAB) proteins have been extracted from the mineralized matrix of fetal porcine calvarial bone.

One protein (SCAB 3), released on demineralization of bone with M EDTA, appears to represent the a1 pN-propeptide that is normally released during proteolytic processing of type I by: The non-collagenous part of the organic matrix is composed of various proteins, with dentin phosphoprotein predominating, accounting for about 50% of the non-collagenous part.

The non-collagenous proteins were extracted at degrees C by 4 M-guanidinium chloride containing proteinase inhibitors and separated by DEAE-Sepharose and Sephadex G chromatography. In addition to a few minor constituents, the only major non-collagenous components that could be demonstrated were albumin and by: Collagen is the sole most profuse protein in the animal kingdom.

It has been subjected to various studies from It makes use of the skin and bone of cow. It is one of the major industrial sources of collagen. Due to the outbreak of porcine collagen is almost similar to human collagen it does not cause much allergic response when used.

Porcine bone samples from six age groups were nanoindented to obtain the elastic modulus and hardness of their sub-microstructures: 1 month, month, 6 month, 12 month, 30 month, and 48 month.

protein: type-I, type-II, and type-III. Type-I collagen protein makes up approximately 90% of the whole collagen protein in organisms. It is mostly type-I collagen protein in animal’s skin, tendon, and bone. Type-I collagen protein is composed of two equivalent α1 chains and one α2 chain.

Two α chains form into a peptide chain dimer, which isFile Size: KB. The removal of non-collagenous protein during the isolation process likely resulted in the changes in the amino acid composition between the raw material and collagens.

Imino acid contents of shark cartilage, type II collagens and type II gelatin were from % to %, which was relatively lower than that of ASC (21%) and PSC (22%) isolated Cited by: Isolation and Characterization of the Porcine Tissue Kallikrein Gene Family.

S.C. Fernando, R.D. Geisert, B.A. Roe and U. DeSilva. Story in Brief. Kallikreins are members of a multigene family of serine proteases that are widespread throughout living organisms. They are File Size: KB. To characterize the mineralized nodules produced by rat periodontal ligament (PDL) cells in vitro, we have studied the synthesis and distribution of mineralized tissue proteins at various stages of nodule formation.

PDL cells were obtained from coagulum in the socket at 2 days after tooth extraction and cultured in Dulbecco's Modified Eagles Medium (DMEM) containing 10% fetal bovine serum and Cited by: Porcine collagen type IV - 10%.

Porcine collagen type V - below 1%. Non-collagen proteins - below %. Form: 10 mg lyophilized, salt-free. Purification: Partial pepsin digestion in acidic conditions and differential salt precipitation.

Source: Porcine tissue. Collagen was extracted from washed dissected tissue into dilute acetic acid after pepsin treatment. Collagen type I and III were purified by using. Takaoka et al. (6) have described the purification of a kDa protein from a mouse osteosarcoma. Urist et al. (7) reported an kDa protein derived from bovine bone called bone morphogenetic protein, which, when associated with other bone proteins, induced bone formation in the mouse thigh.

Phosphate-containing proteins are also present in bone and enamel (). Another protein with unusual properties is the y-carboxyglutamic acid (Gla)-containing protein found in bone (). Like prothrombin, this protein is dependent upon an adequate vitamin K supply for carboxylation of glutamate residues to form Gla (11,12).

Collagen is the major structural component of connective tissue, accounting for approximately 30% of all proteins. It is found in high percentage in tendon, skin, and bone. Therefore, these tissues are abundant sources for isolation of collagen.

Though the basic structure of collagen is. These studies demonstrate that SPP-1 and BSP are the major osteoblast-derived bone proteins to bind to the bone mineral.

That BSP also binds to the collagenous bone matrix indicates a potential role for this protein in linking the hydroxyapatite with collagen. the xenogenic bone grafts, porcine-derived bone has been recently evaluated for bone regeneration []. Furthermore, several studies suggested that hard tissue changes after tooth extraction could be limited by ESP techniques performed with adsorbable membranes associated with porcine-derived bone .High hydrostatic pressure induces a weakening of intramuscular connective tissue, which is mainly composed of collagen.

Decorin, a small proteoglycan, binds to and stabilizes collagen fibrils. It has been suggested that the weakening of intramuscular connective tissue may result from alteration of the decorin-collagen interaction due to structural changes of the decorin : T.

Hosono, T. Komoda, T. Nishiumi. The extracellular matrix (ECM) of bone and dentin contains several non-collagenous proteins.

One category of non-collagenous protein is termed the SIBLING (Small Integrin-Binding LIgand, N-linked Glycoprotein) family, that includes osteopontin (OPN), bone sialoprotein (BSP), dentin matrix protein 1 (DMP1), dentin sialophosphoprotein (DSPP), and matrix extracellular Cited by: