Rabih E. Jabbour

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BACKGROUND In 2010 Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD), again devastated honey bee colonies in the USA, indicating that the problem is neither diminishing nor has it been resolved. Many CCD investigations, using sensitive genome-based methods, have found small RNA bee viruses and the microsporidia, Nosema apis and N. ceranae in healthy and collapsing colonies(More)
To gain insights into the toxicity induced by the nerve agent VX, an MS-based phosphoproteomic analysis was carried out on the piriform cortex region of brains from VX-treated rats. Using isobaric tag based TMT labeling followed by titanium dioxide enrichment strategy, we identified 9975 unique phosphosites derived from 3287 phosphoproteins. Temporal(More)
We have developed an integrated and automated software application for rapid bacterial identification using a relational database management system and liquid chromatography-electrospray-ion trap mass spectrometry (LC-ESl-MS). LC-ESI-MS is used to generate chromatographic profiles of proteins in a bacterial sample along with a software program that(More)
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