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Sigma-Aldrich and Atlas Antibodies Announce the Release of 2,000 New, Highly-Validated Prestige Antibodies

... products developed and validated in the Human proteome Resource (HPR) Center. The Human proteome Resource (HPR) Center is performing a systematic exploration of the human proteome with Affinity (Antibody) based Proteomics, ...

Spit tests may soon replace many blood tests

... to an article published today in the Journal of proteome Research. Replacing blood draws with saliva tests ... of Health, funded the current study. The saliva proteome study represents a consortium effort with ... researchers said. Determining the salivary proteome is only the first step toward salivary-based ...

American Chemical Society's weekly PressPac -- Jan. 23, 2008

... plant's slurp solved at last Journal of proteome Research Splash! Ooch! Yum! And so another ... for the February issue of ACS Journal of proteome Research, a monthly publication. Unlike other ... its prey. AD ARTICLE #2 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE proteome Analysis of Pitcher Fluid of the Carnivorous ...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PessPac -- Feb. 18, 2009

... ingredient show promise as treatment for cocaine addiction Journal of proteome Research An ingredient in licorice shows promise as an antidote for ... are reporting. Their study is in the Jan. 2 issue of ACS' Journal of proteome Research , a monthly publication. In the new study, Meeyul Hwang, Chae ...

Saliva Test Could Monitor Type 2 Diabetes

... The report was published in the Jan. 2 issue of the Journal of proteome Research . For the study, Paturi V. Rao, from the departments of ... medicine, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; Jan. 2, 2009, Journal of proteome Research ...

Saliva Test Could Indicate Autism

... In the new study, published in the Jan. 2 issue of the Journal of proteome Research , researchers said they have a saliva test that holds promise. ... researcher, Università Cattolica, Rome; Jan. 2, 2009, Journal of proteome Research ...

Salivary diagnostics, the 'magic mirror' to your health ... at your personal computer

... the SKB is the recent creation of two diagnostic alphabets in saliva, the proteome and the transcriptome. In the SKB, the salivary proteome and transcriptome are mapped to 23 human chromosomes, totaling1166 ...

Vanderbilt University Medical Center and Waters Collaborate on Tissue Imaging Research Using SYNAPT HDMS

... of tissue imaging is to provide a window into the changes in the cellular proteome in disease," said Professor Richard Caprioli, Director of Mass ... the potential positive impact from better understanding the cellular proteome of one of world's most devastating diseases." Waters introduced the ...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- Jan. 30, 2008

... RELEASE Toward an effective treatment for monkeypox Journal of proteome Research Researchers in Washington and Oregon report an advance toward ... In an article scheduled for the March issue of the ACS' Journal of proteome Research, Richard D. Smith and colleagues note that monkeypox is caused by ...

Chocolate Lovers May Be Hard-Wired That Way

... in the Nov. 2 issue of the American Chemical Society's Journal of proteome Research . At issue is the body's metabolism system, which converts ... Research Center, Lausanne, Switzerland; Nov. 2, 2007, Journal of proteome Research ...

Study finds that people are programmed to love chocolate

... publication in the Nov. 2 issue of American Chemical Societys Journal of proteome Research, a monthly publication. Sunil Kochhar and colleagues studied ... and even between different cultures. The recent growth of the new field of proteome research, which focuses on characterizing the structure and function of ...

Story ideas from molecular & cellular proteomics

... antiviral drugs. Article: Shotgun Identification of the Structural proteome of Shrimp White Spot Syndrome Virus and iTRAQ Differentiation of Envelope ... other organisms. Article: Salt-induced Changes in the Plasma Membrane proteome of the Halotolerant Alga Dunaliella salina as Revealed by Blue Native Gel ...

Reexamination of T. rex verifies disputed biochemical remains

... of protein from blood and bone, tendons, or cartilage. The findings, scheduled for publication in the Sept. 4 issue of ACS' monthly Journal of proteome Research , is the latest addition to an ongoing controversy over which biochemical remnants can be detected in the dino. In the study, Marshall ...

Growing Proteomics Market and the Current Economic Crisis Could Act in Tandem to Spur Growth in the European 2 Dimensional Gel Electrophoresis Market, States Frost & Sullivan

... are never 'one-size-fits-all' and can vary dramatically from one kind of sample to the other. They can also differ depending on which part of the proteome the researcher wants to study. Companies therefore find it very difficult to come out with sample preparation kits that will effectively address ...

Scientists discover how smallpox may derail human immune system

... Disease Control and Prevention and a private company called Myriad Genetics, UF researchers for the first time systematically screened the smallpox proteome the entire complement of new proteins produced by the virus during interactions with proteins from human DNA. These protein-on-protein ...

Pressured proteins: A little pressure in proteomics squeezes 4-hour step into a minute

... determining when and how to incorporate it into our analyses." Lopez-Ferrer and his colleagues reported their findings in July 8, 2008 Journal of proteome Research . Proteomics researchers learn about organisms by studying the proteins they make, and they want to be able to analyze large numbers of ...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac: June 11, 2008

... #1 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE "Effects of Coffee Bean Aroma on the Rat Brain Stressed by Sleep Deprivation: A Selected Transcript- and 2D Gel-Based proteome Analysis" DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT ARTICLE http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/jf8001137 CONTACT: Han-Seok Seo, Ph.D. Seoul National University Seoul, ...

Research reveals molecular fingerprint of cocaine addiction

... The researchers used state-of-the-art proteomic technology, which enables the simultaneous analysis of thousands of proteins, to compare the proteome (all proteins expressed at a given time) between a group of monkeys that self-administered cocaine and a group that did not receive the drug. Leonard ...

Carnegie Mellon engineering researchers automate analysis of protein patterns

... consists of more than 3,000 proteins imaged in 45 normal and 20 cancerous human tissues. In a research article in the Journal of proteome Research, Newberg and Murphy, the Ray and Stephanie Lane Professor of Computational Biology and a professor in the departments of Biological ...

Scientists: New technique identifies molecular 'biomarkers' for disease

... knowledge of what these microscopic signatures or biomarkers should look like. Reported this month in the online edition of the Journal of proteome Research, the advance could one day lead to earlier detection and improved treatment of some types of cancer as well as other diseases. With many ...

New computational technique can predict drug side effects

... unintended targets, the UCSD researchers take a single drug molecule and look for how it might bind to as many of the proteins encoded by the human proteome as possible. In this published case study, they looked at Select Estrogen Receptor Modulators (SERMs), a class of drug that includes tamoxifen, to ...

A new computational technique predicts side-effects of a major cancer drug

... molecule drugs can bind, Bourne et al. take a single drug molecule and look for how it might bind to as many of the proteins encoded by the human proteome as possible. The team uses a case study focusing on SERMs to illustrate their technique. They report a previously unidentified protein target ...

Scientists Use Saliva's 'diagnostic Alphabets' to Diagnose Disease

... thus diagnostic alphabets in saliva. The salivary proteome and the salivary transcriptome are two diagnostic ... and clinical applications. The human salivary proteome is a consortium effort by three National ... subjects examined. Using the salivary proteome and transcriptome as diagnostic alphabets to ...

'Origin Of Sex' Can Be Revealed By Sperm Proteome

... Around half of the genes of the fruit fly sperm proteome have comparable versions in humans and mice, ... in mammals. By comparing the sperm proteome of the fruit fly with other species, scientists ... to rewind evolution and work out the core sperm proteome – the most basic constituents a sperm needs for ...

Plague Proteome Reveals Proteins Linked to Infection

... condition,” according to a study in the latest issue of the Journal of proteome Research. Biomarkers associated with disease progression show promise as ... conditions of Y. pestis in flea and in mammalian systems. The proteome is a survey of proteins in a cell. Lipton, Hixson and colleagues at the ...

First Major Study of Mammalian “Disorderly” Proteis

... keep the cell alive and functioning. Kriwacki is senior author of a report on this work that appears in the prepublication online issue of Journal of proteome Research. “Until now there was no way to separate IUPs in large numbers from the more structured proteins and confirm their roles in the cell,” ...

New Test Could Detect Breast Cancer Early

... A new study in the Journal of proteome Research suggests that a blood test may detect breast cancer at its earliest stage. The test was able to diagnose 95 percent// of cancers in 345 ...

Cell Survival Depends on Chromosome Integrity

... modifications are critical for many biological processes, such as epigenetic control of gene expression, which itself dictates the expression of the proteome in all cells. Other lysine modifications include acetylation, methylation, ubiquitylation and sumoylation. The researchers were funded by the ...

Supercomputer Grid Enlists PCs To Combat AIDS

... project using the network of computers, called the World Community grid, funded by IBM. The grid's first major set of computations, through the Human proteome Folding Project, are 99 percent done, according to Robin Willner, Vice President of IBM Global Initiatives. The World Community Grid invites ...

Indian Scientists Make Wide-Ranging Analysis And Annotation Of X Chromosome

... Researchers at Institute of Bioinformatics (Bangalore) had made a study of the genomic sequence of human X chromosome// with its transcriptome and proteome sequences as well. The IOB analysis showed that the human X chromosome has a gene density less than other chromosomes with 43 novel ...
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