peptidome

peptidome

(pep-ti'dī-dōm),
The array of peptides normally present within a particular cell type.
[peptide + -ome, suffix denoting a defined system or microcosm, fr. G. -macr;oma, noun suffix]
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The peptidome constitutes the low molecular weight proteome.
Zhang et al used novel method of magnetic bead-based salivary peptidome profiling analysis to check the alterations in salivary proteins due to different orthodontic treatment durations (63).
The LEADS platform provides a comprehensive predictive view of the human transcriptome, proteome and peptidome, and serves as a rich infrastructure for the discovery of novel genes, transcripts and proteins.
The LEADS platform provides a comprehensive view of the human transcriptome, proteome, and peptidome and serves as a rich infrastructure for the discovery of novel genes, transcripts and proteins.
The discovery platform utilizes proprietary machine-learning algorithms to analyze this peptidome and to identify peptides likely to activate GPCRs.
Blood proteases gained some inadvertent notoriety 10 years ago when reports appeared on the use of serum peptidome patterns to diagnose ovarian and other cancers.
The LEADS platform provides a comprehensive view of the human transcriptome, proteome and peptidome, and serves as a rich infrastructure for the discovery of novel genes, transcripts and proteins.
Autoantigen discovery with a synthetic human peptidome.
A study of the normal urine peptidome evaluated polypeptides in multiple fractions segregated on the basis of size (37).
Over the last few years, researchers have used proteomic approaches to focus on extensive qualitative and quantitative characterization of the salivary peptidome and proteome in various physiological and pathological conditions.
There was initial enthusiasm and fanfare that profiling of the peptidome offered prospects for diagnosing early-stage cancers (8).
Serum peptidome profiling revealed platelet factor 4 as a potential discriminating peptide associated with pancreatic cancer.