Serial analyses of postmortem changes in human skeletal muscle: A case study of alterations in proteome profile, histology, electrolyte contents, water composition, and enzyme activity.

@article{Tavichakorntrakool2008SerialAO,
  title={Serial analyses of postmortem changes in human skeletal muscle: A case study of alterations in proteome profile, histology, electrolyte contents, water composition, and enzyme activity.},
  author={Ratree Tavichakorntrakool and Vitoon Prasongwattana and Pote Sriboonlue and Anucha Puapairoj and Jongruk Pongskul and Narong Khuntikeo and Wattana Hanpanich and Pa-Thai Yenchitsomanus and Chaisiri Wongkham and Visith Thongboonkerd},
  journal={Proteomics. Clinical applications},
  year={2008},
  volume={2 9},
  pages={1255-64}
}
Postmortem tissues are frequently used in forensic investigation, clinical studies, and biomedical research. It is well known that the shorter period from death to analyses provides the more accurate results. However, the longest postmortem interval that still provides the reliable data remains unclear. We performed serial analyses of postmortem changes in proteome profile, histology, electrolyte contents, water composition, and enzyme activity in human vastus lateralis muscle from a male… CONTINUE READING
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