Revealing the Human Proteome
Researchers completed a draft map of the human proteome—the set of all proteins in the human body. The map will help advance a broad range of research into human health and disease.
Rapid Proteomics Analysis Algorithm Development Using Thermo Scientific Proteome Discoverer Software
Speaker: Iman Mohtashemi - LC/MS Applications/Demonstration Chemist Iman Mohtashemi presents his scientific poster about node-based framework for proteomics ...
Comparative Bioinformatic Analysis of Proteome and Transcriptome Derived from a Single Cell Type
For more information: http://chrom.ms/nOq1E6WComparative Bioinformatic Analysis of Proteome and Transcriptome Derived from a Single Cell TypeSpeaker: Christi...
iTRAQ-based quantitative proteomic analysis of submandibular glands from rats with STZ-induced hyperglycemia
Researchers used analytical columns and UV detectors to identify and quantify the effect of chronic hyperglycemia on the proteome of submandibular glands (SMGs). SMGs play a major role in producing saliva therefore the results of this study will provide a better understanding of the molecular pathways affected by hyperglycemia.
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Learn how to compare global protein turnover in tissues/cell lines using proteomics software in this complimentary webinar on Oct 24. (Webinar is available on-demand after Oct 24)
HPLC Analysis in Microbiology Proteomics & Genetics Research Studies - Analyte Guru - Post
Three microbiology proteomics & genetics research studies using HPLC analysis
Scientists add new bond to protein engineering toolbox
Proteins are the workhorses of cells, adopting conformations that allow them to set off chemical reactions, send signals and transport materials. But when a scientist is designing a new drug, trying to visualize the processes inside cells, or probe how molecules interact with each other, they can't always find a protein that will do the job they want. Instead, they often engineer their own novel proteins to use in experiments, either from scratch or by altering existing molecules.
Cell discovery could hold key to causes of inherited diseases
Fresh insights into the protective seal that surrounds the DNA of our cells could help develop treatments for inherited muscle, brain, bone and skin disorders. Researchers have discovered that the proteins within this coating -- known as the nuclear envelope -- vary greatly between cells in different organs of the body.
Potential New Way to Suppress Tumor Growth Discovered
In this proteomics study, the researchers identify a new protein that appears to suppress tumor growth! The good news is that it could result in the development of a new class of anti-cancer drugs. The photo is of a tumor growing in the human intestine.
In this free, proteomics research article, using one of our HPLC columns, researchers establish that the liver mitochondrial protein Sirtuin 3 is “a global regulator of mitochondrial protein acetylation with the capability of coordinating cellular responses to nutrient status and energy homeostasis.” The findings of the study should further the understanding of the role of acetylation on protein function.
HPLC Evolutionary Biochemistry Studies: Defense Proteins and Peptides - Analyte Guru - Post
Did you know that the harlequin ladybird (Harmonia axyridis) was introduced in North America as a natural predator of soybean aphids but now has spiraled o