Olga Miroshnychenko

Olga Miroshnychenko
Stanford University | SU · SUMS

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Olga Miroshnychenko currently works as an adjunct professor at the New York City College of Technology, CUNY. Olga is a protein chemist and a biochemist. At the Stanford University Orthopaedics Department she did research in Systems Biology and Bioinformatics. Her most recent publication is 'The Use of Platelet-Rich and Platelet-Poor Plasma to Enhance Differentiation of Skeletal Myoblasts'.

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Background: Autologous blood products, such as platelet-rich plasma (PRP) are commercial products broadly used to accelerate healing of tissues after injuries. However, their content is not standardized and significantly varies in composition, which may lead to differences in clinical efficacy. Also, the underlying molecular mechanisms for therape...
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Background: Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) has been used to augment tissue repair and regeneration after musculoskeletal injury. However, there is increasing clinical evidence that PRP does not show a consistent clinical effect. Purpose/Hypothesis: This study aimed to compare the effects of the following non-neutrophil-containing (leukocyte-poor) plas...
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Saliva is a body fluid with important functions in oral and general health. A consortium of three research groups catalogued the proteins in human saliva collected as the ductal secretions: 1166 identifications--914 in parotid and 917 in submandibular/sublingual saliva--were made. The results showed that a high proportion of proteins that are found...
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Studies of mucins suggest that the structural effects of O-glycans are restricted to steric interactions between peptide-linked GalNAc residues and adjacent polypeptide residues. It has been proposed, however, that differential O-glycan sialylation alters the structure of the stalk-like region of the T cell co-receptor, CD8, and that this, in turn,...
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Similarities in the discrete mode and size of contact areas of a wide range of protein complexes allows us to suggest the existence of a limited number of types of inter-protein interactions. Comparison of structures of bound determinants indicates that the double-module, 1-X-3 type of motif is widespread in recognition processes. Thus, in many cas...
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While defining and elaborating the approaches to examination of the interaction between C-mannosylated tryptophan, recently discovered in the laboratory of Dr. Jan Hofsteenge, and Man/Glc specific lectins the unexpected results were obtained. Some animal origin mannosyl-containing RNases (as was expected) as well as analogous but nonglycosylated re...
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The general principles of protein-carbohydrate lectin interactions were discussed. Experimental evidences of the molecular mimicry between carbohydrate and protein lectin ligands were analyzed. The interdomain interactions in lectins as well as the interactions between ligands and lectin domains other than carbohydrate-binding domains were consider...
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A modification of a known quantitative solidphase microtiter plate lectin assay elaborated by Hatakeyama and coauthors developed with biotinylated lectins and ExtrAvidin -alkaline phosphatase conjugate was proposed. The modification was performed in order to use a broad spectra of lectin ligands, including glycopeptides, peptides, etc. The optimal...

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