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Together with our partners at Xellutec, GenXPro and the Universities of Heidelberg and Tübingen, and the Technical University of Munich, we published a comprehensive molecular portrait of endothelial cells in vivo and in vitro in Mol Cell Proteomics (link to the study). The proteomic and transcriptomic analysis revealed fascinating properties of a bacterial cellulose as support for HUVEC cell culture. This material shifts the transcriptome and proteome towards a quiescent, native-like state and allows the cultivation of HUVECs for more than one year without degradation or dedifferentiation.
The study has also been discussed by one of the most prominent proteomic blogs, News in Proteomics Research by Ben Orsburn.