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  1. Low-abundance proteins are difficultly observed on the two-dimensional gel electrophoresis (2-DE) maps of urine proteome, because they are usually obscured by high-abundance proteins such as albumin and immuno...

    Authors: Chih-Ming Lu, Yu-Jen Wu, Cheng-Chi Chen, Jue-Liang Hsu, Jiing-Chuan Chen, Jeff Yi-Fu Chen, Chun-Hsiung Huang and Ying-Chin Ko
    Citation: Proteome Science 2011 9:17
  2. Genomics, transcriptomics and proteomics of glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) have recently emerged as possible tools to discover therapeutic targets and biomarkers for new therapies including immunotherapy. It is...

    Authors: Brigitte Collet, Nathalie Guitton, Stephan Saïkali, Tony Avril, Charles Pineau, Abderrahmane Hamlat, Jean Mosser and Véronique Quillien
    Citation: Proteome Science 2011 9:16
  3. Suitable biomarkers associated with the development of delirium are still not known. Urinary proteomics has successfully been applied to identify novel biomarkers associated with various disease states, but it...

    Authors: Mark van den Boogaard, Rachel PL van Swelm, Frans GM Russel, Suzanne Heemskerk, Johannes G van der Hoeven, Rosalinde Masereeuw and Peter Pickkers
    Citation: Proteome Science 2011 9:13
  4. Total soluble proteome alterations of white rot fungus Phanerochaete chrysosporium in response to different doses (25, 50 and 100 μM) of Pb (II) were characterized by 2DE in combination with MALDI-TOF-MS.

    Authors: Volkan Yıldırım, Servet Özcan, Dörte Becher, Knut Büttner, Michael Hecker and Gülay Özcengiz
    Citation: Proteome Science 2011 9:12
  5. Avian infectious bronchitis (IB) is one of the most serious diseases of economic importance in chickens; it is caused by the avian infectious coronavirus (IBV). Information remains limited about the comparativ...

    Authors: Zhongzan Cao, Zongxi Han, Yuhao Shao, Heyuan Geng, Xiangang Kong and Shengwang Liu
    Citation: Proteome Science 2011 9:11
  6. Wheat flour is one of the world's major food ingredients, in part because of the unique end-use qualities conferred by the abundant glutamine- and proline-rich gluten proteins. Many wheat flour proteins also p...

    Authors: Frances M Dupont, William H Vensel, Charlene K Tanaka, William J Hurkman and Susan B Altenbach
    Citation: Proteome Science 2011 9:10
  7. Labeling whole Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana) plants to high enrichment with 13C for proteomics and metabolomics applications would facilitate experimental approaches not possible by conventional methods. Suc...

    Authors: Wen-Ping Chen, Xiao-Yuan Yang, Geoffrey L Harms, William M Gray, Adrian D Hegeman and Jerry D Cohen
    Citation: Proteome Science 2011 9:9
  8. The aqueous humor (AH), a liquid of the anterior and posterior chamber of the eye, comprises many proteins with various roles and important biological functions. Many of these proteins have not been identified...

    Authors: Miroslava Stastna, Ashley Behrens, Peter J McDonnell and Jennifer E Van Eyk
    Citation: Proteome Science 2011 9:8
  9. Transmissible spongiform encephalopathy diseases are untreatable, uniformly fatal degenerative syndromes of the central nervous system that can be transmitted both within as well as between species. The bovine...

    Authors: Margot Plews, Lise Lamoureux, Sharon LR Simon, Catherine Graham, Viola Ruddat, Stefanie Czub and J David Knox
    Citation: Proteome Science 2011 9:6
  10. Hepatitis E is endemic to resource-poor regions, where it manifests as sporadic cases and large waterborne outbreaks. The disease severity ranges from acute self-limited hepatitis with low mortality to fulmina...

    Authors: Shikha Taneja, Imran Ahmad, Somdutta Sen, Saravanan Kumar, Reena Arora, Vijay K Gupta, Rakesh Aggarwal, Krishnamoorthy Narayanasamy, Vanga S Reddy and Shahid Jameel
    Citation: Proteome Science 2011 9:5
  11. Airway surface liquid, often referred to as mucus, is a thin layer of fluid covering the luminal surface that plays an important defensive role against foreign particles and chemicals entering the lungs. Airwa...

    Authors: Mehboob Ali, Erik P Lillehoj, Yongsung Park, Yoshiyuki Kyo and K Chul Kim
    Citation: Proteome Science 2011 9:4
  12. Hair bulge progenitor cells (HBPCs) are multipotent stem cells derived from the bulge region of mice vibrissal hairs. The purified HBPCs express CD34, K15 and K14 surface markers. It has been reported that HBP...

    Authors: Winifred WY Yau, Mei Kuen Tang, Elve Chen, YaoYao, Ivan WC Wong, Henry SS Lee and Kenneth KH Lee
    Citation: Proteome Science 2011 9:3
  13. We describe a method to identify metabolites of proteins that eliminates endogenous background by using stable isotope labeled matrices. This technique allows selective screening of the intact therapeutic mole...

    Authors: Charles B Reilly, Sri H Ramarathinam, Nicholas A Williamson and Anthony W Purcell
    Citation: Proteome Science 2011 9:2
  14. C-reactive protein (CRP) is a predictor of cardiovascular risk. It circulates as a pentameric protein in plasma. Recently, a potential dissociation mechanism from the disc-shaped pentameric CRP (pCRP) into sin...

    Authors: Steffen U Eisenhardt, Jonathon Habersberger, Karen Oliva, Graeme I Lancaster, Mustafa Ayhan, Kevin J Woollard, Holger Bannasch, Greg E Rice and Karlheinz Peter
    Citation: Proteome Science 2011 9:1
  15. Reverse phase protein arrays (RPPA) have been demonstrated to be a useful experimental platform for quantitative protein profiling in a high-throughput format. Target protein detection relies on the readout ob...

    Authors: Heiko A Mannsperger, Stefan Uhlmann, Christian Schmidt, Stefan Wiemann, Özgür Sahin and Ulrike Korf
    Citation: Proteome Science 2010 8:69
  16. Citrus is one of the most important and widely grown commodity fruit crops. In this study a label-free LC-MS/MS based shot-gun proteomics approach was taken to explore three main stages of citrus fruit develop...

    Authors: Ehud Katz, Mario Fon, Richard A Eigenheer, Brett S Phinney, Joseph N Fass, Dawei Lin, Avi Sadka and Eduardo Blumwald
    Citation: Proteome Science 2010 8:68
  17. Sulforaphane (SFN) is an isothiocyanate found in cruciferous vegetables that exerts anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer and radio-sensitizing activities. Nonetheless, the mechanism responsible for SFN...

    Authors: Chan-Hee Lee, Soo-Jin Jeong, Sun-Mi Yun, Ji-Hyun Kim, Hyo-Jung Lee, Kwang Seok Ahn, Suk-Hyun Won, Hyun Seok Kim, Hyo-Jeong Lee, Kyoo-Seok Ahn, Shudong Zhu, Chang-Yan Chen and Sung-Hoon Kim
    Citation: Proteome Science 2010 8:67
  18. Numerous gel-based softwares exist to detect protein changes potentially associated with disease. The data, however, are abundant with technical and structural complexities, making statistical analysis a diffi...

    Authors: Jeffrey C Miecznikowski, Senthilkumar Damodaran, Kimberly F Sellers and Richard A Rabin
    Citation: Proteome Science 2010 8:66
  19. Previous studies suggested that dietary tannin ingestion may induce changes in mouse salivary proteins in addition to the primarily studied proline-rich proteins (PRPs). The aim of the present study was to det...

    Authors: Elsa Lamy, Gonçalo Graça, Gonçalo da Costa, Catarina Franco, Fernando Capela e Silva, Elvira Sales Baptista and Ana Varela Coelho
    Citation: Proteome Science 2010 8:65
  20. Restoration of rooting competence is important for rejuvenation in Sequoia sempervirens (D. Don) Endl and is achieved by repeatedly grafting Sequoia shoots after 16 and 30 years of cultivation in vitro.

    Authors: Ing-Feng Chang, Peng-Jen Chen, Chin-Hui Shen, Tsung-Ju Hsieh, Ya-Wen Hsu, Bau-Lian Huang, Ching-I Kuo, Yu-Ting Chen, Hsiu-An Chu, Kai-Wun Yeh and Li-Chun Huang
    Citation: Proteome Science 2010 8:64
  21. Cervicovaginal fluid has an important function in the homeostasis and immunity of the lower female genital tract. Analysis of the cervicovaginal fluid proteome may therefore yield important information about t...

    Authors: Geert Zegels, Geert AA Van Raemdonck, Wiebren AA Tjalma and Xaveer WM Van Ostade
    Citation: Proteome Science 2010 8:63
  22. The removal of high-abundance proteins from plasma is an efficient approach to investigating flow-through proteins for biomarker discovery studies. Most depletion methods are based on multiple immunoaffinity m...

    Authors: Kyunggon Kim, Jiyoung Yu, Hophil Min, Hyunsoo Kim, Byungwook Kim, Hyeong Gon Yu and Youngsoo Kim
    Citation: Proteome Science 2010 8:62
  23. Protein biomarkers will play a pivotal role in the future of personalized medicine for both diagnosis and treatment decision-making. While the results of several pre-clinical and small-scale clinical studies h...

    Authors: C Bart Rountree, Colleen A Van Kirk, Hanning You, Wei Ding, Hien Dang, Heather D VanGuilder and Willard M Freeman
    Citation: Proteome Science 2010 8:61
  24. Sporulation, characteristic for some bacteria such as Bacillus subtilis, has not been entirely defined yet. Protein phosphatase E (PrpE) and small, acid soluble spore proteins (SASPs) influence this process. Neve...

    Authors: Katarzyna Macur, Caterina Temporini, Gabriella Massolini, Jolanta Grzenkowicz-Wydra, Michał Obuchowski and Tomasz Bączek
    Citation: Proteome Science 2010 8:60
  25. Streptomycin (SM) is a broad spectrum antibiotic and is an important component of any anti-tuberculosis therapy regimen. Several mechanisms have been proposed to explain the emergence of resistance but still o...

    Authors: Prashant Sharma, Bhavnesh Kumar, Yash Gupta, Neelja Singhal, Vishwa Mohan Katoch, Krishnamurthy Venkatesan and Deepa Bisht
    Citation: Proteome Science 2010 8:59
  26. Diagnosis of ovarian carcinoma is in urgent need for new complementary biomarkers for early stage detection. Proteins that are aberrantly excreted in the urine of cancer patients are excellent biomarker candid...

    Authors: Siti S Abdullah-Soheimi, Boon-Kiong Lim, Onn H Hashim and Adawiyah S Shuib
    Citation: Proteome Science 2010 8:58
  27. Brain capillary endothelial cells (BCECs) form the physiological basis of the blood-brain barrier (BBB). The barrier function is (at least in part) due to well-known proteins such as transporters, tight juncti...

    Authors: Gwënaël Pottiez, Barbara Deracinois, Sophie Duban-Deweer, Roméo Cecchelli, Laurence Fenart, Yannis Karamanos and Christophe Flahaut
    Citation: Proteome Science 2010 8:57
  28. Platelets are small anucleated blood particles that play a key role in the control of bleeding. Platelets need to be activated to perform their functions and participate in hemostasis. The process of activatio...

    Authors: Pavel Májek, Zuzana Reicheltová, Jana Štikarová, Jiří Suttnar, Alžběta Sobotková and Jan E Dyr
    Citation: Proteome Science 2010 8:56
  29. Citrus canker is a disease caused by Xantomonas citri subsp.citri (Xac), and has emerged as one of the major threats to the worldwide citrus crop because it affects all commercial citrus varieties, decreases the ...

    Authors: Márcia R Soares, Agda P Facincani, Rafael M Ferreira, Leandro M Moreira, Julio CF de Oliveira, Jesus A Ferro, Maria IT Ferro, Rogério Meneghini and Fábio C Gozzo
    Citation: Proteome Science 2010 8:55
  30. The formation of the molluscan shell is regulated to a large extent by a matrix of extracellular macromolecules that are secreted by the shell forming tissue, the mantle. This so called "calcifying matrix" is ...

    Authors: Benjamin Marie, Arul Marie, Daniel J Jackson, Lionel Dubost, Bernard M Degnan, Christian Milet and Frédéric Marin
    Citation: Proteome Science 2010 8:54
  31. Prion diseases are fatal neurodegenerative disorders that accompany an accumulation of the disease-associated form(s) of prion protein (PrPSc) in the central nervous system. The neuropathological changes in the b...

    Authors: Fumiko Shinkai-Ouchi, Yoshio Yamakawa, Hideyuki Hara, Minoru Tobiume, Masahiro Nishijima, Kentaro Hanada and Ken'ichi Hagiwara
    Citation: Proteome Science 2010 8:53
  32. The extracellular proteome or secretome of symbiotic bacteria like Rhizobium etli is presumed to be a key element of their infection strategy and survival. Rhizobia infect the roots of leguminous plants and estab...

    Authors: Niurka Meneses, Guillermo Mendoza-Hernández and Sergio Encarnación
    Citation: Proteome Science 2010 8:51
  33. Currently, presence of Moraxella sp. in internal organs of fish is not considered detrimental for fish farming. However, bacterial colonization of internal organs can affect fish wellness and decrease growth rate...

    Authors: Maria Filippa Addis, Roberto Cappuccinelli, Vittorio Tedde, Daniela Pagnozzi, Iolanda Viale, Mauro Meloni, Fulvio Salati, Tonina Roggio and Sergio Uzzau
    Citation: Proteome Science 2010 8:50
  34. The nematode Caenorhabditis elegans is both sensitive and tolerant to hypoxic stress, particularly when the evolutionarily conserved hypoxia response pathway HIF-1/EGL-9/VHL is involved. Hypoxia-induced changes i...

    Authors: Hualing Li, Changhong Ren, Jinping Shi, Xingyi Hang, Feilong Zhang, Yan Gao, Yonghong Wu, Langlai Xu, Changsheng Chen and Chenggang Zhang
    Citation: Proteome Science 2010 8:49
  35. Enterococci have emerged as the third most common cause of nosocomial infections, requiring bactericidal antimicrobial therapy. Although vancomycin resistance is a major problem in clinics and has emerged in a...

    Authors: Hajer Radhouani, Patrícia Poeta, Luís Pinto, Júlio Miranda, Céline Coelho, Carlos Carvalho, Jorge Rodrigues, María López, Carmen Torres, Rui Vitorino, Pedro Domingues and Gilberto Igrejas
    Citation: Proteome Science 2010 8:48
  36. Steroid-induced adipogenesis increases fat-cell volume and pressure in bone marrow. This may be a contributing factor in some forms of osteonecrosis. In this observational study, we aimed to determine the prot...

    Authors: Sing Chung Li, Ching Yu Lin, Tzong Fu Kuo, Yun Ho Lin, Chia Chun Chen, Way Neng Lin and Wing P Chan
    Citation: Proteome Science 2010 8:47
  37. The phytopathogenic fungus Diplodia seriata, whose genome remains unsequenced, produces severe infections in fruit trees (fruit blight) and grapevines. In this crop is recognized as one of the most prominent path...

    Authors: Rebeca Cobos, Carlos Barreiro, Rosa María Mateos and Juan-José R Coque
    Citation: Proteome Science 2010 8:46
  38. The silkworm Bombyx mori is a lepidopteran insect with four developmental stages: egg, larva (caterpillar), pupa, and adult. The hemolymph of the silkworm is in an open system that circulates among all organs, an...

    Authors: Yong Hou, Yong Zou, Fei Wang, Jing Gong, Xiaowu Zhong, Qingyou Xia and Ping Zhao
    Citation: Proteome Science 2010 8:45
  39. Ticks are vectors of pathogens that affect human and animal health worldwide. Proteomics and genomics studies of infected ticks are required to understand tick-pathogen interactions and identify potential vacc...

    Authors: Margarita Villar, Alessandra Torina, Yolanda Nuñez, Zorica Zivkovic, Anabel Marina, Angela Alongi, Salvatore Scimeca, Giuseppa La Barbera, Santo Caracappa, Jesús Vázquez and José de la Fuente
    Citation: Proteome Science 2010 8:43
  40. Lipoproteins are complex, globular molecules which play essential roles in the transport and metabolism of cholesterol. Their implication in the development of cardiovascular diseases, such as atherosclerosis,...

    Authors: Lisamarie A Collins and Michael Olivier
    Citation: Proteome Science 2010 8:42
  41. Most biological functions controlled by the brain and their related disorders are closely associated with activation in specific regions of the brain. Neuroproteomics has been applied to the analysis of whole ...

    Authors: Tomoki Katagiri, Naoya Hatano, Masamune Aihara, Hiroo Kawano, Mariko Okamoto, Ying Liu, Tomonori Izumi, Tsuyoshi Maekawa, Shoji Nakamura, Tokuhiro Ishihara, Mutsunori Shirai and Yoichi Mizukami
    Citation: Proteome Science 2010 8:41
  42. Mass spectrometry and proteomic analyses have become powerful tools for the analysis of proteins and peptides. Investigation of proteins contained in the various layers of the avian eggshell has focused entire...

    Authors: Steven J Portugal, Helen J Cooper, Cleidiane G Zampronio, Laine L Wallace and Phillip Cassey
    Citation: Proteome Science 2010 8:40
  43. Viral and bacterial diseases can cause mass mortalities in commercial shrimp aquaculture. In contrast to studies on the antiviral response, the responses of shrimps to bacterial infections by high throughput t...

    Authors: Kunlaya Somboonwiwat, Vorrapon Chaikeeratisak, Hao-Ching Wang, Chu Fang Lo and Anchalee Tassanakajon
    Citation: Proteome Science 2010 8:39
  44. During and following myocardial ischemia, glucose oxidation rates are low and fatty acids dominate as a source of oxidative metabolism. This metabolic phenotype is associated with contractile dysfunction durin...

    Authors: Clifford DL Folmes, Grzegorz Sawicki, Virgilio JJ Cadete, Grant Masson, Amy J Barr and Gary D Lopaschuk
    Citation: Proteome Science 2010 8:38

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