Johannes P. C. Vissers

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Relative quantification methods have dominated the quantitative proteomics field. There is a need, however, to conduct absolute quantification studies to accurately model and understand the complex molecular biology that results in proteome variability among biological samples. A new method of absolute quantification of proteins is described. This method is(More)
A novel database search algorithm is presented for the qualitative identification of proteins over a wide dynamic range, both in simple and complex biological samples. The algorithm has been designed for the analysis of data originating from data independent acquisitions, whereby multiple precursor ions are fragmented simultaneously. Measurements used by(More)
The detection, correlation, and comparison of peptide and product ions from a data independent LC-MS acquisition strategy with data dependent LC-MS/MS is described. The data independent mode of acquisition differs from an LC-MS/MS data acquisition since no ion transmission window is applied with the first mass analyzer prior to collision induced(More)
Novel approaches for the qualitative and quantitative proteomics analysis by nanoscale LC-MS applied to the study of protein expression response in depleted and undepleted serum of Gaucher patients undergoing enzyme replacement therapy are presented. Particular emphasis is given to the method reproducibility of these LC-MS experiments without the use of(More)
A method for high-resolution proteomics analyses of complex protein mixtures is presented using multidimensional HPLC coupled to MS (MDLC-MS). The method was applied to identify proteins that are differentially expressed during fruit ripening of tomato. Protein extracts from red and green tomato fruits were digested by trypsin. The resulting highly complex(More)
BACKGROUND AND METHODOLOGY Pancreatic beta cells show intercellular differences in their metabolic glucose sensitivity and associated activation of insulin production. To identify protein markers for these variations in functional glucose sensitivity, rat beta cell subpopulations were flow-sorted for their level of glucose-induced NAD(P)H and their(More)
UNLABELLED A biomarker is an analyte that indicates the presence of a biological process linked to the clinical manifestations and outcome of a particular disease. An ideal biomarker provides indirect but ongoing determinations of disease activity. In the case of lysosomal storage disorders (LSDs), metabolites or proteins specifically secreted by storage(More)
During the ripening of Emmental cheese, the bacterial ecosystem confers its organoleptic characteristics to the evolving curd both by the action of the living cells, and through the release of numerous proteins, including various types of enzymes into the cheese when the cells lyse. In Emmental cheese these proteins can be released from thermophilic lactic(More)
Microorganisms used in food technology and probiotics are exposed to technological and digestive stresses, respectively. Traditionally used as Swiss-type cheese starters, propionibacteria also constitute promising human probiotics. Stress tolerance and cross-protection in Propionibacterium freudenreichii were thus examined after exposure to heat, acid, or(More)
A tandem quadrupole time-of-flight (Q-TOF) mass spectrometer has been programmed such that phosphorylated peptides can automatically be discovered and identified in a way similar to that of the use of precursor ion or neutral loss scanning, but without the need to scan the quadrupole mass filter. Instead, the method capitalizes on the innate capability of(More)