The PI 3-kinase PI3KC2 alpha regulates mouse platelet membrane structure and function independently of membrane lipid composition
Maria V Selvadurai, Rose J Brazilek, Mitchell J Moon, Jean-Yves Rinckel, Anita Eckly, Christian Gachet, Peter J Meikle, Harshal H Nandurkar, Warwick S Nesbitt, Justin R Hamilton
FEBS Letters | WILEY | Published : 2019
Awarded by National Health Medical Research Council of Australia
Awarded by Australian Research Council
Awarded by CASS Foundation
Microfluidic devices were fabricated within the Micro Nano Research facility, RMIT University. We thank Monique Freund, Catherine Strassel, Fabienne Proamer and Neslihan Ulas for technical support; the staff of AMREP animal services for animal husbandry and care; staff of the Ramaciotti Centre for Cryo-Electron Microscopy and Monash Micro Imaging (Monash University) for assistance with microscopy; Jacqui Weir and Natalie Mellett for assistance with LC-MS; and Andrew Yett for interesting insights. This work was supported by grants to JRH from the National Health Medical Research Council of Australia (1047295 and 1120522), Australian Research Council (FT130100540), and CASS Foundation (SM/16/7334).