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Global micronutrient testing: Protein biomarkers reflect vitamin levels

Date: Nov 1, 2013

Author: Steve Down

The levels of micronutrients in undernourished children have been measured indirectly by their association with particular proteins, eliminating the need for individual tests for vitamins and minerals.

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Journal Highlight: A decade of plant proteomics and mass spectrometry: Translation of technical advancements to food security and safety issues

Date: Oct 21, 2013

Author: spectroscopyNOW

Proteomics platforms for plant biology research, especially mass spectrometry, are reviewed over the past 10 years, emphasising the increased use of proteomics technologies in food security, analysis and safety.

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Venom variability: Genetic influences in the pit viper

Date: Oct 16, 2013

Author: Steve Down

The venom proteomes of young jararaca pit vipers that were raised under the same living conditions differ from each other from a very early age, suggesting that the variations are genetically inherited.

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Apples unpeeled: Proteome response to wounding

Date: Oct 1, 2013

Author: Steve Down

The effects of wounding on the proteins in Golden Delicious apples has been studied by European scientists to help find ways of stimulating defence mechanisms in the fruit to reduce postharvest losses.

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Journal Highlight: The Human Eye Proteome Project: Perspectives on an emerging proteome

Date: Sep 23, 2013

Author: spectroscopyNOW

Proteomic investigations of the human eye are reviewed and a catalogue of 4842 nonredundant proteins identified to date in human eye tissues and biofluids is presented, in the context of the Human Eye Proteome Project that was organized in September 2012.

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Eye spy: Proteins involved in diabetic macular edema

Date: Sep 16, 2013

Author: Steve Down

Several proteins that might be suitable as new therapeutic targets have been implicated in the onset of diabetic macular edema, one of the major causes of adult blindness in around the world.

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Particulates and the proteome: How airborne particles affect the lungs

Date: Sep 2, 2013

Author: Steve Down

The toxic mechanisms of particulate matter in the human lung have been studied by proteomics techniques, which revealed many different effects including oxidative stress, altered protein synthesis and increased apoptosis.

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Journal Highlight: Proteomics analysis of tumor microenvironment: Implications of metabolic and oxidative stresses in tumorigenesis

Date: Aug 26, 2013

Author: spectroscopyNOW

Recent advances in the understanding of the metabolic and oxidative stresses associated with tumor progression with proteomics-based systems biology approaches are highlighted.

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A joint effort: Differentiating types of arthritis

Date: Aug 15, 2013

Author: Steve Down

Four common types of arthritis share a common metabolic profile but there are sufficient variations to provide individual signatures for each disease, according to an international study.

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Vampire diaries: Protein evolution in bat venom

Date: Aug 1, 2013

Author: Steve Down

The venom of the common vampire bat contains a far more complex set of proteins than previously thought, thanks to an international study which identified new isoforms of other mammalian proteins and considered their molecular evolution.

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