A combined proteome and microarray investigation of inorganic phosphate-induced pre-osteoblast cells.

@article{Conrads2005ACP,
  title={A combined proteome and microarray investigation of inorganic phosphate-induced pre-osteoblast cells.},
  author={Kelly A. Conrads and Ming Yi and Kerri A Simpson and David A. Lucas and Corinne E. Camalier and L Yu and Timothy D. Veenstra and Robert M. Stephens and Thomas P. Conrads and George R Beck},
  journal={Molecular & cellular proteomics : MCP},
  year={2005},
  volume={4 9},
  pages={1284-96}
}
Inorganic phosphate, which is generated during osteoblast differentiation and mineralization, has recently been identified as an important signaling molecule capable of altering signal transduction pathways and gene expression. A large scale quantitative proteomic investigation of pre-osteoblasts stimulated with inorganic phosphate for 24 h resulted in the… CONTINUE READING