A Review of the Salivary Proteome and Peptidome and Saliva-derived Peptide Therapeutics

@article{Huq2007ARO,
  title={A Review of the Salivary Proteome and Peptidome and Saliva-derived Peptide Therapeutics},
  author={Noorjahan Laila Huq and Keith J Cross and Men Ung and Helen Myroforidis and Paul D. Veith and Dina Chen and David P. Stanton and Huiling He and Brent R. Ward and Eric C Reynolds},
  journal={International Journal of Peptide Research and Therapeutics},
  year={2007},
  volume={13},
  pages={547-564}
}
Saliva is a glandular secretion that is vital in the maintenance of healthy oral tissues. In this review we outline the high abundance salivary proteins, summarise the status of the salivary proteome and peptidome, the genetic origin and recognised functions of these proteins, the diseases associated with salivary disorders, and the emerging saliva-derived peptide therapeutics. Different proteomic approaches have reported the identification of over 1,300 proteins in saliva. However there are… CONTINUE READING

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