Xiaoluan Wei

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Deciphering the kinase-substrate relationship is vital for the study of phosphorylation network. The use of immobilized proteins on protein chip as the library for screening of potential kinase substrates is a tried-and-tested method. However, information on phosphorylation sites is lacking and the creation of the library with proteins of whole proteome by(More)
A line of double-transgenic mice that develop neoplasms arising primarily in the pancreas was established. In these mice, the oncogene SV40 T antigen (Tag) was detected in the pancreas with and without the control of Tet-on system. The transgenic mice that developed pancreatic tumors as early as 20 weeks of age showed hypoglycemia on a blood glucose test.(More)
Complete coverage of all phosphorylation sites in a proteome is the ultimate goal for large-scale phosphoproteome analysis. However, only making use of one protease trypsin for protein digestion cannot cover all phosphorylation sites, because not all tryptic phosphopeptides are detectable in MS. To further increase the phosphoproteomics coverage of HeLa(More)
A transgenic mouse model expressing Simian virus 40 T-antigen (SV40Tag) under the control of a tetracycline system was generated. In this model, a cerebellar tumor was developed after doxycycline hydrochloride treatment. Real time-polymerase chain reaction and immunohistochemistry results indicated that the SV40Tag gene was expressed in the tumor.(More)
Global quantification of the single amino-acid variations (SAAVs) is essential to investigate the roles of SAAVs in disease progression. However, few efforts have been made on this issue due to the lack of high -throughput approach. Here we presented a strategy by integration of the stable isotope dimethyl labeling with variation-associated database search(More)
Nucleic acid associated proteins (NAaP) play the essential roles in gene regulation and protein expression. The global analysis of cellular NAaP would give a broad insight to understand the interaction between nucleic acids and the associated proteins, such as the important proteinous regulation factors on nucleic acids. Proteomic analysis presents a novel(More)
Substrate motif is of great importance in kinase-substrate recognition and contributes a lot to the understanding of signal transduction. In this study, a proteomic peptide library was generated to determine substrate motif of casein kinase 2. Firstly, whole cell lysate was digested by trypsin to generate a large number of candidate peptides, which were(More)
MS1 full scan based quantification is one of the most popular approaches for large-scale proteome quantification. Typically only three different samples can be differentially labeled and quantified in a single experiment. Here we present a two stages stable isotope labeling strategy which allows six different protein samples (six-plex) to be reliably(More)
Various enzyme reactors and online enzyme digestion strategies have been developed in recent years. These reactors greatly enhanced the detection sensitivity and proteome coverage in qualitative proteomics. However, these devices have higher rates of miscleavage in protein digestion. Therefore, we investigated the effect of online enzyme digestion on the(More)