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Mass Spectrometry in Genetic and Proteomic Analysis by Xian Chen

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Published by John Wiley & Sons Inc .
Written in English


  • Genetics (non-medical),
  • Mass spectrometry,
  • Proteins

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Number of Pages480
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Open LibraryOL10336330M
ISBN 100471798126
ISBN 109780471798125

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  A systematic proteomic analysis of rice (Oryza sativa) leaf, root, and seed tissue using two independent technologies, two-dimensional gel electrophoresis followed by tandem mass spectrometry and multidimensional protein identification technology, allowed the detection and identification of 2, unique proteins, which represents the most comprehensive proteome . Proteomic data is a potentially rich, but arguably unexploited, data source for genome annotation. Peptide identifications from tandem mass spectrometry provide prima facie evidence for gene predictions and can discriminate over a set of candidate gene models. Here we apply this to the recently sequenced Aspergillus niger fungal genome from the Joint Genome Institutes (JGI) and another. Mass spectrometry has become an important analytical tool for protein research studies to identify, characterise and quantify proteins with unmatched sensitivity in a highly parallel manner. When transferred into clinical routine, the cumbersome and error-prone sample preparation workflows present a . iTRAQ-Based Quantitative Proteomic Analysis on S Calcium Binding Protein A2 in Metastasis of Laryngeal Cancer (English Edition) eBook: National Institutes of Health: : Tienda KindleFormat: Kindle.