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  1. Hepcidin is a 25-residue peptide hormone crucial to iron homeostasis. It is essential to measure the concentration of hepcidin in cells, tissues and body fluids to understand its mechanisms and roles in physio...

    Authors: Douglas G Ward, Keith Roberts, Paul Stonelake, Patrick Goon, Cleidiane G Zampronio, Ashley Martin, Philip J Johnson, Tariq Iqbal and Chris Tselepis

    Citation: Proteome Science 2008 6:28

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  2. The ProteomeLab™ PF 2D platform is a relatively new approach to global protein profiling. Herein, it was used for investigation of plasma proteome changes in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) patients before...

    Authors: Joshua D Schlautman, Wojciech Rozek, Robert Stetler, R Lee Mosley, Howard E Gendelman and Pawel Ciborowski

    Citation: Proteome Science 2008 6:26

    Content type: Methodology

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  3. Unravelling the serum proteome is the subject of intensified research. In this regard, two-dimensional electrophoresis coupled with MALDI MS analysis is still one of the most commonly used method. Despite some...

    Authors: Maria Stella Ritorto and Jürgen Borlak

    Citation: Proteome Science 2008 6:25

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  4. Trypanosoma cruzi, a flagellate protozoan, is the etiological agent of Chagas disease, a chronic illness that causes irreversible damage to heart and digestive tract in humans. Previous 2-DE analyses of T. cruzi

    Authors: Adriana D Magalhães, Sébastien Charneau, Jaime Paba, Rafael AP Guércio, Antonio RL Teixeira, Jaime M Santana, Marcelo V Sousa and Carlos AO Ricart

    Citation: Proteome Science 2008 6:24

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  5. The bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) epidemic and the emergence of a new human variant of Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (vCJD) have led to profound changes in the production and trade of agricultural goods. ...

    Authors: Sharon LR Simon, Lise Lamoureux, Margot Plews, Michael Stobart, Jillian LeMaistre, Ute Ziegler, Catherine Graham, Stefanie Czub, Martin Groschup and J David Knox

    Citation: Proteome Science 2008 6:23

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  6. Acute-phase response involves the simultaneous altered expression of serum proteins in association to inflammation, infection, injury or malignancy. Studies of the acute-phase response usually involve determin...

    Authors: Yeng Chen, Boon-Kiong Lim, Suat-Cheng Peh, Puteri Shafinaz Abdul-Rahman and Onn Haji Hashim

    Citation: Proteome Science 2008 6:20

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  7. Colorectal cancer is the second most common cause of cancer related death in the developed world. To date, no blood or stool biomarkers with both high sensitivity and specificity for potentially curable early ...

    Authors: Douglas G Ward, Stephen Nyangoma, Howard Joy, Emma Hamilton, Wenbin Wei, Chris Tselepis, Neil Steven, Michael JO Wakelam, Philip J Johnson, Tariq Ismail and Ashley Martin

    Citation: Proteome Science 2008 6:19

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  8. Knockout mice with a deletion of p53 spontaneously develop thymic lymphomas. Two cell lines (SM5 and SM7), established from two independent tumours, exhibited about fifty to seventy two-fold differentially exp...

    Authors: Bent Honoré, Søren Buus and Mogens H Claësson

    Citation: Proteome Science 2008 6:18

    Content type: Research

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  9. Penicillium marneffei is a pathogenic fungus that afflicts immunocompromised individuals having lived or traveled in Southeast Asia. This species is unique in that it is the only dimorphic member of the genus. D...

    Authors: Julie M Chandler, Erin R Treece, Heather R Trenary, Jessica L Brenneman, Tressa J Flickner, Jonathan L Frommelt, Zaw M Oo, Megan M Patterson, William T Rundle, Olga V Valle, Thomas D Kim, Gary R Walker and Chester R Cooper Jr

    Citation: Proteome Science 2008 6:17

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  10. Proteomic methodologies increasingly have been applied to the kidney to map the renal cortical proteome and to identify global changes in renal proteins induced by diseases such as diabetes. While progress has...

    Authors: Yingxin Zhao, Larry Denner, Sigmund J Haidacher, Wanda S LeJeune and Ronald G Tilton

    Citation: Proteome Science 2008 6:15

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  11. To identify the biochemical changes induced by sleep deprivation at a proteomic level, we compared the hippocampal proteome of rats either after 4 hours of sleep or sleep deprivation obtained by gentle handlin...

    Authors: Jean-Etienne Poirrier, François Guillonneau, Jenny Renaut, Kjell Sergeant, Andre Luxen, Pierre Maquet and Pierre Leprince

    Citation: Proteome Science 2008 6:14

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  12. Monocytes can be primed in vitro by lipopolysaccharide (LPS) for release of cytokines, for enhanced killing of cancer cells, and for enhanced release of microbicidal oxygen radicals like superoxide and peroxid...

    Authors: Michael J Pabst, Karen M Pabst, David B Handsman, Sarka Beranova-Giorgianni and Francesco Giorgianni

    Citation: Proteome Science 2008 6:13

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  13. Telomerase confers cellular immortality by elongating telomeres, thereby circumventing the Hayflick limit. Extended-life-span cells have been generated by transfection with the human telomerase reverse transcr...

    Authors: Gabriel D Mazzucchelli, Valérie Gabelica, Nicolas Smargiasso, Maximilien Fléron, Wilson Ashimwe, Frédéric Rosu, Marie-Claire De Pauw-Gillet, Jean-François Riou and Edwin De Pauw

    Citation: Proteome Science 2008 6:12

    Content type: Methodology

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  14. Emiliania huxleyi virus 86 (EhV-86) is the type species of the genus Coccolithovirus within the family Phycodnaviridae. The fully sequenced 407,339 bp genome is predicted to encode 473 protein coding sequences (...

    Authors: Michael J Allen, Julie A Howard, Kathryn S Lilley and William H Wilson

    Citation: Proteome Science 2008 6:11

    Content type: Research

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  15. A lack of sensitive and specific biomarkers is a major reason for the high rate of Primary hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC)-related mortality. The aim of this study was to investigate potential proteomic biomarke....

    Authors: Min He, Jian Qin, Rihong Zhai, Xiao Wei, Qi Wang, Minhua Rong, Zhihua Jiang, Yuanjiao Huang and Zhiyong Zhang

    Citation: Proteome Science 2008 6:10

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  16. The proteomes of mammalian biological fluids, cells and tissues are complex and composed of proteins with a wide dynamic range. The effective way to overcome the complexity of these proteomes is to combine sev...

    Authors: Jérôme Chenau, Sylvie Michelland, Jonathan Sidibe and Michel Seve

    Citation: Proteome Science 2008 6:9

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  17. Parkinson's disease (PD) is the most common neurodegenerative disorder involving the motor system. Although not being the only region involved in PD, affection of the substantia nigra and its projections is re...

    Authors: Cornelius J Werner, Roland Heyny-von Haussen, Gerhard Mall and Sabine Wolf

    Citation: Proteome Science 2008 6:8

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  18. Our laboratories have previously reported on the experimental infection of cattle with Mycobacterium avium subsp paratuberculosis (M. paratuberculosis) using an intratonsillar infection model. In addition, we hav...

    Authors: John P Bannantine, Darrell O Bayles, W Ray Waters, Mitchell V Palmer, Judith R Stabel and Michael L Paustian

    Citation: Proteome Science 2008 6:5

    Content type: Research

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  19. An arbitrary set of 96 human proteins was selected and tested to set-up a fully automated protein production strategy, covering all steps from DNA preparation to protein purification and analysis. The target p...

    Authors: Thorsten Kohl, Christian Schmidt, Stefan Wiemann, Annemarie Poustka and Ulrike Korf

    Citation: Proteome Science 2008 6:4

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  20. Little is known regarding the molecular pathways that underlie the process of retinal development. The purpose of this study was to identify proteins which may be involved in development of retina. We used a p...

    Authors: Mina Mizukami, Takashi Kanamoto, Nazariy Souchelnytskyi and Yoshiaki Kiuchi

    Citation: Proteome Science 2008 6:3

    Content type: Research

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  21. Trimethylation of the Nε-lysine residues in a protein is one of the most important events of posttranslational modifications. Simple methods for rapid detection and isolation of the Nε-trimethylated protein speci...

    Authors: Ziqian Liang, Ronald PC Wong, Lin Hong Li, Hesheng Jiang, Hao Xiao and Gang Li

    Citation: Proteome Science 2008 6:2

    Content type: Methodology

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  22. Prenatal diagnosis of chromosomal abnormalities by cytogenetic analysis is time-consuming, expensive, and requires highly qualified technicians. Rapid diagnosis of aneuploidies followed by reassurance of women...

    Authors: Alain Mange, Caroline Desmetz, Virginie Bellet, Nicolas Molinari, Thierry Maudelonde and Jerome Solassol

    Citation: Proteome Science 2008 6:1

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  23. Many parasitic organisms, eukaryotes as well as bacteria, possess surface antigens with amino acid repeats. Making up the interface between host and pathogen such repetitive proteins may be virulence factors i...

    Authors: Niklaus Fankhauser, Tien-Minh Nguyen-Ha, Joël Adler and Pascal Mäser

    Citation: Proteome Science 2007 5:20

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  24. Proteins that migrate through cross-linked polyacrylamide gels (PAGs) under the influence of a constant electric field experience negative factors, such as diffusion and non-specific trapping in the gel matrix...

    Authors: Henghang Tsai, Teck Yew Low, Steve Freeby, Aran Paulus, Kalpana Ramnarayanan, Chung-pui Paul Cheng and Hon-chiu Eastwood Leung

    Citation: Proteome Science 2007 5:18

    Content type: Methodology

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  25. The low concentration and highly hydrophobic nature of proteins in lipid raft samples present significant challenges for the sensitive and accurate proteomic analyses of lipid raft proteins. Elimination of hig...

    Authors: Hongwei Yu, Bassam Wakim, Man Li, Brian Halligan, G Stephen Tint and Shailendra B Patel

    Citation: Proteome Science 2007 5:17

    Content type: Research

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  26. Epithelial ovarian cancer is a devastating disease associated with low survival prognosis mainly because of the lack of early detection markers and the asymptomatic nature of the cancer until late stage. Using...

    Authors: Jean-Philippe Gagné, Chantal Éthier, Pierre Gagné, Geneviève Mercier, Marie-Ève Bonicalzi, Anne-Marie Mes-Masson, Arnaud Droit, Eric Winstall, Maxim Isabelle and Guy G Poirier

    Citation: Proteome Science 2007 5:16

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  27. High-Density Lipoprotein (HDL), one of the main plasma lipoproteins, serves as a docking station for proteins involved in inflammation, coagulation, and lipid metabolism.

    Authors: Johannes HM Levels, Boris Bleijlevens, Farhad Rezaee, Johannes MFG Aerts and Joost CM Meijers

    Citation: Proteome Science 2007 5:15

    Content type: Methodology

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  28. Surface-enhanced laser desorption/ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry (SELDI-TOF MS) is a powerful tool for rapidly generating high-throughput protein profiles from a large number of samples. However, ...

    Authors: Toni Whistler, Dominique Rollin and Suzanne D Vernon

    Citation: Proteome Science 2007 5:14

    Content type: Methodology

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  29. Excitatory amino acid carrier 1 (EAAC1) is a glutamate transporter found in neuronal tissues and is extensively expressed in the retina. EAAC1 plays a role in a variety of neural functions, but its biological ...

    Authors: Hideaki Okumichi, Takashi Kanamoto, Nazariy Souchelnytskyi, Seiji Tanimoto, Kohichi Tanaka and Yoshiaki Kiuchi

    Citation: Proteome Science 2007 5:13

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  30. Polymorphonuclear neutrophils (PMN) constitute an essential cellular component of innate host defense against microbial invasion and exhibit a wide array of responses both to particulate and soluble stimuli. A...

    Authors: Deepa Jethwaney, Md Rafiqul Islam, Kevin G Leidal, Daniel Beltran-Valero de Bernabe, Kevin P Campbell, William M Nauseef and Bradford W Gibson

    Citation: Proteome Science 2007 5:12

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  31. The secretion time course of Bacillus anthracis strain RA3R (pXO1+/pXO2-) during early, mid, and late log phase were investigated under conditions that simulate those encountered in the host. All of the identifie...

    Authors: Alexander Walz, Cesar V Mujer, Joseph P Connolly, Tim Alefantis, Ryan Chafin, Clarissa Dake, Jessica Whittington, Srikanta P Kumar, Akbar S Khan and Vito G DelVecchio

    Citation: Proteome Science 2007 5:11

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  32. The adaptive immune response requires waves of T-cell clonal expansion on contact with pathogen and elimination after clearance of the source of antigen. However, lifelong persistent infections with common vir...

    Authors: Dawn J Mazzatti, Graham Pawelec, Robin Longdin, Jonathan R Powell and Rosalyn J Forsey

    Citation: Proteome Science 2007 5:7

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  33. The aromatic amine 4-aminobiphenyl (4-ABP) is an environmental and occupational contaminant known to be a major etiological agent of human bladder cancer. 4-ABP metabolites are able to form DNA adducts that ma...

    Authors: Roberta Pastorelli, Federica Saletta, Donatella Carpi, Roberta Campagna, Carlo dell'Osta, Silvia Schiarea, Paolo Vineis, Luisa Airoldi and Giuseppe Matullo

    Citation: Proteome Science 2007 5:6

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  34. To identify the pattern of protein expression in the retina from a patient with Leber's Congenital Amaurosis (LCA) secondary to a mutation in the AIPL1 gene. The retina from one eye of a patient with LCA and 7 co...

    Authors: Henrik Vorum, Morten Østergaard, Greg E Rice, Bent Honoré and Toke Bek

    Citation: Proteome Science 2007 5:5

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  35. Proteomics continues to play a critical role in post-genomic science as continued advances in mass spectrometry and analytical chemistry support the separation and identification of increasing numbers of pepti...

    Authors: Jennifer A Siepen, Neil Swainston, Andrew R Jones, Sarah R Hart, Henning Hermjakob, Philip Jones and Simon J Hubbard

    Citation: Proteome Science 2007 5:4

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  36. Tandem mass spectrometry followed by database search is currently the predominant technology for peptide sequencing in shotgun proteomics experiments. Most methods compare experimentally observed spectra to th...

    Authors: Jian Liu, Alexander W Bell, John JM Bergeron, Corey M Yanofsky, Brian Carrillo, Christian EH Beaudrie and Robert E Kearney

    Citation: Proteome Science 2007 5:3

    Content type: Research

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  37. Urine consists of a complex mixture of peptides and proteins and therefore is an interesting source of biomarkers. Because of its high throughput capacity SELDI-TOF-MS is a proteomics technology frequently use...

    Authors: Han Roelofsen, Gloria Alvarez-Llamas, Marianne Schepers, Karloes Landman and Roel J Vonk

    Citation: Proteome Science 2007 5:2

    Content type: Methodology

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  38. Ischemia-reperfusion (I/R) causes a dramatic reprogramming of cell metabolism during liver transplantation and can be linked to an alteration of the phosphorylation level of several cellular proteins. Over the...

    Authors: Anouk Emadali, Peter P Metrakos, Fariba Kalantari, Tarek Boutros, Daniel Boismenu and Eric Chevet

    Citation: Proteome Science 2007 5:1

    Content type: Research

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  39. Opiate addiction reflects plastic changes that endurably alter synaptic transmission within relevant neuronal circuits. The biochemical mechanisms of these adaptations remain largely unknown and proteomics-bas...

    Authors: Jérémie Neasta, Sandrine Uttenweiler-Joseph, Karima Chaoui, Bernard Monsarrat, Jean-Claude Meunier and Lionel Moulédous

    Citation: Proteome Science 2006 4:23

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  40. The aim of the study was to optimize protocols for finding and identifying serum proteins that are differentially expressed in persons with normal glucose tolerance (NGT) compared to individuals with type 2 di...

    Authors: Tea Sundsten, Michael Eberhardson, Michael Göransson and Peter Bergsten

    Citation: Proteome Science 2006 4:22

    Content type: Research

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