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Proteomic analysis of S‐nitrosylated proteins in Arabidopsis thaliana undergoing hypersensitive response
Nitric oxide (NO) has a fundamental role in the plant hypersensitive disease resistance response (HR), and S‐nitrosylation is emerging as an important mechanism for the transduction of itsExpand
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Proteomics applied on plant abiotic stresses: role of heat shock proteins (HSP).
The most crucial function of plant cell is to respond against stress induced for self-defence. This defence is brought about by alteration in the pattern of gene expression: qualitative andExpand
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The red blood cell proteome and interactome: an update.
Although a preliminary portrait of the red blood cell proteome and interactome has already been provided, the recent identification of 1578 gene products from the erythrocyte cytosol asks for anExpand
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Iron stabilizes thylakoid protein-pigment complexes in Indian mustard during Cd-phytoremediation as revealed by BN-SDS-PAGE and ESI-MS/MS.
Two-dimensional BN-SDS-PAGE, ESI-MS/MS and electron microscopy (EM) were used to study the role of iron (Fe) under cadmium (Cd) stress in retention of thylakoidal multiprotein complexes (MPCs) andExpand
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Formation of radicals from singlet oxygen produced during photoinhibition of isolated light-harvesting proteins of photosystem II.
Electron spin resonance spectroscopy and liquid chromatography have been used to detect radical formation and fragmentation of polypeptides during photoinhibition of purified major antenna proteins,Expand
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Time-course investigation of SAGM-stored leukocyte-filtered red bood cell concentrates: from metabolism to proteomics
Background Results from recent, highly debated, retrospective studies raised concerns and prompted considerations about further testing the quality of long stored red blood cells from a biochemicalExpand
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Redox proteomics: basic principles and future perspectives for the detection of protein oxidation in plants.
The production and scavenging of chemically reactive species, such as ROS/RNS, are central to a broad range of biotic and abiotic stress and physiological responses in plants. Among the techniquesExpand
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Proteomic analysis of a spring wheat cultivar in response to prolonged cold stress
Cold represents one of the major abiotic factors influencing plant growth and development worldwide. We analysed the long‐term responsiveness of an Iranian spring wheat (cv. Kohdasht) to cold from aExpand
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Proteomic analysis of RBC membrane protein degradation during blood storage.
Two-dimensional gel electrophoresis and mass spectrometry were used to identify protein profile changes in red blood cell membranes stored over time under atmospheric oxygen, in the presence orExpand
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Alterations of red blood cell metabolome during cold liquid storage of erythrocyte concentrates in CPD-SAGM.
Erythrocyte concentrates for transfusion purposes represent a life-saving therapeutics of primary relevance in the clinical setting. However, efforts have been continuously proposed to improve safetyExpand
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