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Journal Highlight: Unraveling the different proteomic platforms

Date: Feb 25, 2013

Author: spectroscopyNOW

This review is addressed to scientists working outside the field of proteomics and highlights the latest proteomics strategies, including bottom-up and top-down platforms, qualitative and quantitative methods, and data validation.

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Alcoholic proteomics: Ethanol effects on proteins in rat liver and serum

Date: Feb 15, 2013

Author: Steve Down

A dual approach to proteomics changes in the rat following a chronic alcohol diet has examined both serum and rat liver, revealing that only one protein was up-regulated in both matrices.

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No slipping up: Banana proteome unpeeled using peptide libraries

Date: Feb 1, 2013

Author: Steve Down

An in-depth proteome study of banana fruit using combinatorial peptide ligand libraries to isolate the proteins from the sugar-rich pulp has identified more than 1100 proteins.

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Journal Highlight: Update on the proteomics of major arthropod vectors of human and animal pathogens

Date: Jan 21, 2013

Author: spectroscopyNOW

This review describes the proteomic approaches that have been used to investigate diverse biological questions about arthropod vectors, including the interplay between vectors and pathogens.

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A menace to mussels: Illicit drugs in waterways induce oxidative stress

Date: Jan 15, 2013

Author: Steve Down

The cocaine metabolite benzoylecgonine causes oxidative stress in freshwater mussels by inducing redox modifications in proteins, some of which are associated with glucose metabolism and cytoskeletal processes.

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Colour coded: Bird feather development influenced by protein networks

Date: Jan 7, 2013

Author: Steve Down

The proteins involved in the development of the feathers of the pied flycatcher have been investigated by Finnish scientists who have uncovered signalling networks related to colour variation.

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Journal Highlight: Recent advances in proteomic technologies applied to cardiovascular disease

Date: Dec 19, 2012

Author: spectroscopyNOW

A general overview is presented of the most widely used proteomic technologies for studying cardiovascular disease and proteomic developments in this field are updated.

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Occupational asthma markers: Candidate proteins for exposure to toluene diisocyanate

Date: Dec 16, 2012

Author: Steve Down

Scientists in Belgium have identified a series of proteins that might act as biomarkers of human exposure to the industrial chemical toluene diisocyanate, which can cause occupational asthma.

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Autistic alterations: Metabolic shifts in children with autism spectrum disorders

Date: Dec 3, 2012

Author: Steve Down

A metabolomics study of children with autism spectrum disorders has identified lower levels of several amino acids and antioxidants as well as an altered gut metabolism, providing a deeper knowledge of these changes.

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Journal Highlight: The time course of the adaptations of human muscle proteome to bed rest and the underlying mechanisms

Date: Nov 26, 2012

Author: spectroscopyNOW

Two bed rest campaigns followed by proteomics analysis have been undertaken to help understand the underlying molecular mechanisms behind the complex adaptations of human skeletal muscle to disuse.

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