Proteomics as a tool for the modelling of biological processes and biomarker development in nutrition research.

@article{Roos2008ProteomicsAA,
  title={Proteomics as a tool for the modelling of biological processes and biomarker development in nutrition research.},
  author={Baukje de Roos and Harry J Mcardle},
  journal={The British journal of nutrition},
  year={2008},
  volume={99 Suppl 3},
  pages={S66-71}
}
Nutrition research has slowly started to adopt the proteomics techniques to measure changes in the protein complement of a biological system. This enables modelling of biological processes in response to dietary interventions, as well as the elucidation of novel biomarkers for health or disease that are sensitive to such interventions. There are limited studies on the effect of micronutrients on the proteome, so this review concentrates rather more on dietary intervention studies that have used… CONTINUE READING

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