Current advances in proteomic analysis and its use for the resolution of poultry meat quality problems

@article{Rmignon2005CurrentAI,
  title={Current advances in proteomic analysis and its use for the resolution of poultry meat quality problems},
  author={Herv{\'e} R{\'e}mignon and Caroline Molette and Ren{\'e} Babil{\'e} and Xavier Fernandez},
  journal={World's Poultry Science Journal},
  year={2005},
  volume={62},
  pages={123 - 130}
}
If proteins are the functional units of almost all biological processes, the proteome represents the set of proteins expressed in a cell at a given time and for given conditions. Because muscle is mainly composed of water and proteins, it seems evident that proteome analysis can give much information on structures and functions of proteins involved in several mechanisms which determine meat quality. This paper aims to present the most classical techniques (i.e. sample preparation and protein… 
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