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Proteomic Applications in Biology Part 1 docx

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... January, 2 012 Printed in Croatia A free online edition of this book is available at www.intechopen.com Additional hard copies can be obtained from orders@intechweb.org Proteomic Applications in Biology, ... 978-953-307- 613 -3 free online editions of InTech Books and Journals can be found at www.intechopen.com Contents Preface IX Part Addressing Issues in Agriculture Chapter Food Proteomics: Mapping Modifications ... Amandine Godin, Alexandre Cipolla and Georges Feller Diverse Impacts in Plant Proteomics 11 5 Chapter Plant Protein Analysis 11 7 Alessio Malcevschi and Nelson Marmiroli Chapter Assessment of Proteomics...
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... an interesting biotechnological potential, which has already found several applications (Margesin & Feller, 2010) Cold exerts severe physicochemical constraints on living organisms including increased ... branched-chain lipids, a decrease in average chain length, and an increase both in methyl branching and in the ratio of anteiso- to isobranching (Russell, 20 07) More recently, several genomes ... American Society for Microbiology 100 Proteomic Applications in Biology In mesophilic bacteria such as E coli, cold shock and heat shock proteins are transiently expressed in response to temperature...
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Proteomic Applications in Biology Part 11 potx

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... using a TX114 Triton phase separation technique in order to remove contaminating proteins (e.g., actin) Samples were analyzed using nanoLC-MS/MS by linear iontrap (LTQ) A total of 175 proteins ... mannosyltransferases involved in protein glycosylation This fraction included a protein of unknown function (svp26) that was shown to be involved in retention of membrane proteins in early Golgi compartments ... identified in the plasma membrane containing, denser fraction Although many proteins, involved in vesicle trafficking and tethering were identified in both fractions, several proteins were specific...
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... ascertained (Table 1) Where possible, we relied on annotation information and classifications outlined in each manuscript to determine whether a protein should be included in the final lists This included ... membrane migration 180 Proteomic Applications in Biology limit Golgi fractions with minimal contamination were identified through continued monitoring and selected for detailed proteomic characterization ... trafficking, the other families are involved in protein folding and protein glycosylation There were a number of large clusters containing only Arabidopsis genes and these clusters were contained...
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Proteomic Applications in Biology Part 14 pptx

Proteomic Applications in Biology Part 14 pptx
... (336nm) in the positive mode with masses ranging 212 Proteomic Applications in Biology from 500-8000Da The mass spectra were internally calibrated using trypsin autolysis products The proteins were ... of the inner membrane compartments in the alkaline adaptation in Y lipolytica Unfortunately the involvement of this protein in many types of stress responses may result in data concerning its ... Vybornaya, T.V.; Larina, A.S.; Matsui, K.; Fukui, K & Sineoky, S.P (2010) Production of succinic acid at low 224 Proteomic Applications in Biology pH by a recombinant strain of the aerobic yeast...
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