Analysis and comparison of proteomic profiles of tear fluid from human, cow, sheep, and camel eyes.

@article{Shamsi2011AnalysisAC,
  title={Analysis and comparison of proteomic profiles of tear fluid from human, cow, sheep, and camel eyes.},
  author={Farrukh A. Shamsi and Ziyan Chen and Jingwen Liang and Kaijun John Li and Ali A. Al-Rajhi and Imtiaz Ahmed Chaudhry and Mingtao Li and Kaili Wu},
  journal={Investigative ophthalmology \& visual science},
  year={2011},
  volume={52 12},
  pages={
          9156-65
        }
}
PURPOSE To investigate the tear proteome profiles of human, cow, sheep, and camel comparatively and to explore the difference of tear protein profiles among different species. METHODS Tears were collected from both eyes of 25 clinically healthy volunteers, 50 cows, 25 sheep, and 50 camels. Pooled tear protein samples were separated by SDS-PAGE and two-dimensional electrophoresis. Protein spots of differential expression were excised and subjected to in-gel digestion and identification by… Expand
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