Gel-free proteomics reveal potential biomarkers of priming-induced salt tolerance in durum wheat.

@article{Fercha2013GelfreePR,
  title={Gel-free proteomics reveal potential biomarkers of priming-induced salt tolerance in durum wheat.},
  author={Azzedine Fercha and Anna Laura Capriotti and G. Caruso and Chiara Cavaliere and Hocine Gherroucha and Roberto Samperi and Serena Stampachiacchiere and Aldo Lagan{\`a}},
  journal={Journal of proteomics},
  year={2013},
  volume={91},
  pages={486-99}
}
UNLABELLED Seed priming has been successfully demonstrated to be an efficient method to improve crop productivity under stressful conditions. As a first step toward better understanding of the mechanisms underlying the priming-induced salt stress tolerance in durum wheat, and to overcome the limitations of the gel-based approach, a comparative gel-free proteomic analysis was conducted with durum wheat seed samples of varying vigor as generated by hydro- and ascorbate-priming treatments. Results… CONTINUE READING
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