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Monitoring bone fracture healing: Protein signals

Date: Dec 1, 2017

Author: Steve Down

Scientists in the USA have uncovered a suite of proteins in serum that might be able to follow the progression of fracture healing and lead to the development of treatments to accelerate the process.

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Journal Highlight: Endocrine imbalance associated with proteome changes in diabetes

Date: Nov 20, 2017

Author: spectroscopyNOW

The cellular signaling and metabolic events that occur in the development of diabetes mellitus have been reviewed along with current and future research methods involving mitochondria.

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Coffee break: Protein alterations after drinking

Date: Nov 15, 2017

Author: Steve Down

A proteomics study of coffee drinkers in Sweden has uncovered inverse associations with two proteins that have been linked to appetite suppression and a number of diseases, including respiratory disorders, Alzheimer's disease and cancer.

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E-Cigarettes: As dangerous as cigarettes?

Date: Nov 1, 2017

Author: Steve Down

The safety of e-cigarettes has been thrown into doubt following new research which revealed that it induces high levels of proteins in the lungs that are linked with cystic fibrosis, COPD and bronchitis.

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Journal Highlight: Proteomic explorations of autism spectrum disorder

Date: Oct 23, 2017

Author: spectroscopyNOW

The basics of proteomic methodology have been reviewed and challenges in using proteomic approaches to study autism discussed, with technical and non-technical recommendations for future studies.

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Influenza A proteins: Individual proteome variations

Date: Oct 15, 2017

Author: Steve Down

Scientists in the US have shown that the proteomes of normal human bronchial epithelial cells are unique for individual people and also respond to infection by the influenza A virus in different ways, findings which could be used to identify people more susceptible to the disease.

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Discover leading research in cannabis detection

Date: Oct 3, 2017

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Cannabinoid research from an analytical viewpoint is rapidly developing as a more liberal approach to the medical, legal and social issues of the drug is adopted. Start reading our cannabinoid collection of papers here - free to access until the end of December.

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SCUBA diver proteome: Decompression stress vs. decompression sickness

Date: Oct 1, 2017

Author: Steve Down

In a follow-up study of the effects of decompression sickness on the proteome of rats, an international team of scientists has examined the effects of decompression stress on SCUBA divers in the absence of decompression sickness.

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Journal Highlight: Disturbing the balance: effect of contact lens use on the ocular proteome and microbiome

Date: Sep 25, 2017

Author: spectroscopyNOW

Following a discussion of defence mechanisms in the normal eye, the influence of contact lenses on the ocular microbiome and proteome has been reviewed.

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Dialysis membranes: Adsorbed proteins

Date: Sep 15, 2017

Author: Steve Down

The effects of protein adsorption on two types of hemodialysis membrane have been studied by Chinese scientists to identify the unwanted biochemical reactions that occur in an effort to design more efficient membrane materials.

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