Eva Hawranke

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The secretions of the salivary parotid and submandibular-sublingual (SMSL) glands constitute the main part of whole human saliva (WS) in which proline-rich proteins (PRPs) and mucins represent dominant groups. Although proteome analysis had been performed on WS, no identification of PRPs or mucins by 2-DE and MS was achieved in WS and no comprehensive(More)
Large-gel two-dimensional gel electrophoresis (2-DE) is the method of choice for high-resolution proteome analysis of complex protein mixtures. Until now, however, the advantages of large 2-DE in combination with multiplexed fluorescence dye protein labelling has been complicated by the separate handling and analysis of the second-dimension gels. Therefore,(More)
Comprehensive molecular profiling of human tumor tissue specimens at the DNA, mRNA and protein level is often obstructed by a limited amount of available material. Homogenization of frozen tissue samples in guanidine isothiocyanate followed by ultracentrifugation over cesium chloride allows the simultaneous extraction of high-molecular weight DNA and RNA.(More)
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