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

...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 protein-coding regions and 696 known genes. The researchers have been able to identify and find out the detail of p...

Cell Survival Depends on Chromosome Integrity

...ssion, 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 Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan, Cancer Research UK, the Associati...

'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, makin...e infertility in mammals. By comparing the sperm proteome of the fruit fly with other species, scientists will also be able to rewind evolution and work out t...

Plague Proteome Reveals Proteins Linked to Infection

... Y. pestis in flea and in mammalian systems. The proteome is a survey of proteins in a cell. Lipton, Hixson and colleagues at the PNNL-based Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory used proteomic techniques called accurate mass and time tag mass spectrometry an...

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

... thus diagnostic alphabets in saliva. The salivary proteome and the salivary transcriptome are two diagnostic ...al and clinical applications. The human salivary proteome is a consortium effort by three National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research-supported res...

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