Raw data and analysis for paper "Identification of polymer surface adsorbed proteins implicated in pluripotent human embryonic stem cell expansion"
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The two aims 1) identification of protein uniquely adsorbed to plasma etched tissue culture polystyrene using proteomics; 2) quantify and analyse pluripotent cell adherence to a range of arrayed micro environments on N-(4-hydroxyphenyl)methacryalamide. Purpose to identify novel protein pretreatments using high throughput screening. Previous publications have shown human pluripotent adherence to the plasma etched tissue culture polystyrene and N-(4-hydroxyphenyl)methacryalamide.
- Protein engineering
- Cell adhesion
- Tissue culture
- Protein adsorption; proteomics; pluripotent cell adherence; protein pretreatments; N-(4-hydroxyphenyl)methacryalamide; plasma etched tissue culture polystyrene; high throughput screening; heat shock proteins
- Biological Sciences::Molecular biology, biophysics & biochemistry::Biomolecular science
- Q Science::QH Natural history. Biology
- Q Science::QR Microbiology
- University of Nottingham, UK Campus::Faculty of Science::School of Pharmacy
Data typeWord files; Tif files; Excel files
- Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council
- May 2014-July 2014
Data collection methodAn Ix51 IMSTAR microscope was used for all image acquisition. The IMSTAR microscope is equipped with an automated stage making it suitable for investigating large numbers of arrayed materials on a single slide. Acquisition was achieved using the in-built software; by generating a position list to image each arrayed spot or imaging an operator defined area. For the primary screening array a position list of 36 x 92 positions was generated and captured. For the secondary screening array a position list of 35 x 105 positions was generated and captured. Each position represents one polymer spot. Focus was calculated based on operator assigned landmarks on the area extremities. All images were captured using a ProgRes MF (Jenoptik) monochrome CCD digital camera.