I. B. , 1. « Pull down » pour recherche de l'interactant de la protéine recombinante

. , Mise en évidence d'interactions entre recProt 01230 et les fractions et du lysat cellulaire par « Far Western blot »

. , Etude du rôle des glycosaminoglycanes dans l'adhésion d'E. ruminantium

I. C. Cinétique, Quantification du nombre de bactéries à chaque temps et des cDNA correspondants pour les ERGA_CDS_01230 et ERGA_CDS_05140

I. I. , Evaluation du potentiel antigénique des protéines recProt 01230 et recProt 05140 d'E. ruminantium par

. .. Projet,

. .. Résultats,

I. A. , Taille attendue et pureté élevée de la recProt 01230 et 05140

I. A. , Présence des étiquettes GFP et Histidine sur recProt 01230 et 05140

I. A. , Présence de glycosylation sur recProt 01230 et 05140

I. , Prédiction des structures et localisation des protéines ERGA_CDS_ 01230 et 05140, p.45

. , Mise en évidence de l'adhésion des protéines recombinantes avec les BAEC

E. and .. .. , Synchronisation de l'infection et croissance d'E. ruminantium in vitro

. , IV. Réponse humorale associée aux protéines natives ERGA_CDS_01230 et 05140 lors d'essais vaccinaux avec le vaccin à bactéries atténuées ou inactivées

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