proteomic


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proteomic

(ˌprəʊtiːˈɒmɪk)
adj
(Genetics) relating to a proteome
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This review aimed to search and discuss the mass spectrometry (MS)-based proteomic studies on different subsets of ARDS patients.
Implemented during gestational weeks 19 and 20, the PreTRM test uses proteomic technology to measure and analyze 2 proteins in the blood that are highly predictive of preterm birth: IBP4, insulin-like growth factor binding protein 4, and SHBG, sex-hormone binding globulin.
Their topics include wild help for enhancing genetic resistance in lentils against fungal diseases, rice responses and resistance to planthopper-borne viruses at transcriptomic and proteomic levels, the power of omics to identify plant susceptibility factors and to study resistance to root-knot nematodes, transcriptomic analyses on the role of nitric oxide in plant disease resistance, and an overview of proteomic tools for understanding plant defense against pathogens.
Kalorama Information says that while mass spectrometry (mass spec or MS) is the most powerful tool in proteomic biomarker discovery and validation, mass spectrometry (mass spec; MS) through its traditional techniques has struggled to elucidate molecular distribution in tissue related to disease state.
Experimentally the project will utilise recent advances in mass spectrometry and data analysis to develop modern proteomic and metabolomic approaches suitable for use in the assessment of traditional foodstuffs.
This report describes and evaluates the proteomic technologies that will play an important role in drug discovery, molecular diagnostics and practice of medicine in the post-genomic era - the first decade of the 21st century.
Researchers in various medical and biological specialties focus mostly on preparing samples for proteomic and metabolomic studies, rather than on using the imaging equipment.
For scientific researchers clinical laboratorians, clinical and translational scientists, and others interested in proteomics and biomarker discovery, the classical urine texts in the clinical laboratory are reviewed, then the state-of-the-art methods are set out for proteomic analysis using urine specimens and for identifying and characterizing urine biomakers that hold potential for diagnosing and treating many different diseases.
Proteomic blood analysis may help diagnose early-stage ovarian cancer.
The shotgun proteomic approach, which involves two-dimensional gel electrophoresis or liquid chromatography combined with mass spectrometry (MS), is used to identify novel proteins affected by alcohol.
Proteomic analysis at the histological level in healthy and pathological tissue is an important aspect of clinical proteomics and has been enhanced by the validation of proteomic imaging (1).
Another prominent challenge is developing and applying the rigorous standards, protocols and metrics associated with clinical diagnostics to proteomic technologies and experiments.