Deciphering the complexities of the wheat flour proteome using quantitative two-dimensional electrophoresis, three proteases and tandem mass spectrometry

@inproceedings{Dupont2010DecipheringTC,
  title={Deciphering the complexities of the wheat flour proteome using quantitative two-dimensional electrophoresis, three proteases and tandem mass spectrometry},
  author={Frances M. Dupont and William H. Vensel and Charlene K. Tanaka and William J. Hurkman and Susan B. Altenbach},
  booktitle={Proteome Science},
  year={2010}
}
Wheat flour is one of the world's major food ingredients, in part because of the unique end-use qualities conferred by the abundant glutamine- and proline-rich gluten proteins. Many wheat flour proteins also present dietary problems for consumers with celiac disease or wheat allergies. Despite the importance of these proteins it has been particularly challenging to use MS/MS to distinguish the many proteins in a flour sample and relate them to gene sequences. Grain from the extensively… CONTINUE READING

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