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    Keywords: Mass spectrometry ; Proteomics ; Biomedical Engineering ; Mass spectrometry ; Proteomics ; Biomedical Engineering/Biotechnology ; Biomedical Engineering and Bioengineering ; Springer eBooks
    Description / Table of Contents: Mass Spectrometry for Proteomics-based Investigation -- MALDI profiling and applications in medicine -- Applications of Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Ionization In-Source Decay Mass Spectrometry -- Proteome imaging: from classic to modern mass spectrometry-based molecular histology -- Mass Spectrometry-Based Tissue Imaging of Small Molecules -- Sequencing Proteins from Bottom to Top: Combining Techniques for Full Sequence Analysis of Glucokinase -- Proteomics and non-proteomics approaches to study stable and transient protein-protein interactions -- Contribution of Mass spectrometry-based Proteomics to Discoveries in Developmental Biology -- Profiling optimal conditions for capturing EDEM proteins complexes in melanoma using mass spectrometry -- The Methods employed in Mass Spectrometric Analysis of Posttranslational Modifications (PTMs) and Protein–Protein Interactions (PPIs) -- Identification of post-translational modifications (PTMs) of proteins by mass spectrometry -- Sequence Variant and Post-translational Modification Analysis During Cell Line Selection via High-throughput Peptide Mapping -- Selective derivatization of hexahistidine-tagged recombinant proteins -- Investigation of Antibody-Drug Conjugates by Mass Spectrometry -- Mass Spectrometry- and Computational Structural Biology-Based Investigation of Proteins and Peptides -- Strategies for Membrane Protein Analysis by Mass Spectrometry -- The Potential for Ion Mobility in Pharmaceutical and Clinical Analyses -- Application of Ion Mobility Mass Spectrometry in Lipidomics -- Mass Spectrometry in Advancement of Redox Precision Medicine -- Applications for mass spectrometry in the study of ion channel structure and function -- Immuno – affinity Mass Spectrometry: A Novel Approaches with Biomedical Relevance -- Developing well-annotated species-specific protein databases using comparative proteogenomics -- Stoichiometry of heavy metal binding to peptides involved in Alzheimer’s disease: mass spectrometric evidence -- Role of mass spectrometry in investigating a novel protein: the example of Tumor Differentiation Factor (TDF) -- Mass Spectrometry-Based Biomarkers in Drug Developmen -- Combinatorial Electrophoresis and Mass Spectrometry-Based Proteomics in Breast Milk for Breast Cancer Biomarker Discovery -- Proteomic approaches to dissect neuronal signalling pathways -- Mass Spectrometry for the Study of Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders -- Simplifying the proteome: Analytical strategies for improving peak capacity -- Exploration of nicotine metabolism in Paenarthrobacter nicotinovorans pAO1 by microbial proteomics -- Stable Isotope Labeling by Amino Acids in Cell Culture (SILAC) for Quantitative Proteomics -- Mass spectrometry based comparative proteomics using one dimensional and two dimensional SDS-PAGE of rat atria induced with obstructive sleep apnea -- 2D SDS PAGE in combination with western blotting and mass spectrometry is a robust method for protein analysis with many applications -- Pulse SILAC approaches to the measurement of cellular dynamics -- Protein Biomarkers in Major Depressive Disorder: an Update -- A Pilot Exploratory Proteomics Investigation of Mental Fatigue and Mental Energy -- Metabolomics and biomarker discovery -- Analytical Methods for Mass Spectrometry-Based Metabolomics Studies -- Trends in analysis of cortisol and its derivatives -- Detection of biomedically relevant stilbenes from wines by mass spectrometry -- Mass spectrometry as a complementary approach for noncovalently bound complexes based on cyclodextrins -- Trends in glycolipid biomarker discovery in neurodegenerative disorders by mass spectrometry -- Non-targeted Screening in Environmental Monitoring Programs -- Mass Spectrometric DNA Adduct Quantification by Multiple Reaction Monitoring and its Future Use for the Molecular Epidemiology of Cancer -- Bottlenecks in proteomics: an update -- Recent Applications of Mass Spectrometry at Clarkson University -- Index
    Abstract: This volume explores the use of mass spectrometry for biomedical applications. Chapters focus on specific therapeutic areas such as oncology, infectious disease, and psychiatry. Additional chapters focus on methodology, technologies and instrumentation, as well as on analysis of protein-protein interactions, protein quantitation, and protein post-translational modifications. Various omics fields such as proteomics, metabolomics, glycomics, lipidomics, and adductomics are also covered. Applications of mass spectrometry in biotechnological and pharmaceutical industry are also discussed. This volume provides readers with a comprehensive and informative manual that will allow them to appreciate mass spectrometry and proteomic research, but also to initiate and improve their own work. This book acts as a technical guide as well as a conceptual guide to the newest information in this exciting field
    Pages: XXI, 813 p. 362 illus., 310 illus. in color. : online resource.
    Edition: 2nd ed. 2019.
    ISBN: 9783030159504
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    Palo Alto, Calif. : Annual Reviews
    Annual Review of Biochemistry 74 (2005), S. 83-114 
    ISSN: 0066-4154
    Source: Annual Reviews Electronic Back Volume Collection 1932-2001ff
    Topics: Chemistry and Pharmacology , Biology
    Notes: Many eukaryotic proteins share a sequence designated as the zona pellucida (ZP) domain. This structural element, present in extracellular proteins from a wide variety of organisms, from nematodes to mammals, consists of Đ♯260 amino acids with eight conserved cysteine (Cys) residues and is located close to the C terminus of the polypeptide. ZP domain proteins are often glycosylated, modular structures consisting of multiple types of domains. Predictions can be made about some of the structural features of the ZP domain and ZP domain proteins. The functions of ZP domain proteins vary tremendously, from serving as structural components of egg coats, appendicularian mucous houses, and nematode dauer larvae, to serving as mechanotransducers in flies and receptors in mammals and nonmammals. Generally, ZP domain proteins are present in filaments and/or matrices, which is consistent with the role of the domain in protein polymerization. A general mechanism for assembly of ZP domain proteins has been presented. It is likely that the ZP domain plays a common role despite its presence in proteins of widely diverse functions.
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