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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In silico characterization of the peptidome of the sea louse Caligus rogercresseyi (Crustacea, Copepoda).
The genome-specific peptidomes for strains A--F were then constructed by comparing individual peptidome to a reference pan-peptidome consisting of the combined peptidomes from the other 14 A.
We previously performed serum peptidome analysis and found that G6PD is overexpressed in benzene-exposed mice exhibiting hematopoietic toxicities compared with that in normal control mice [8].
Magnetic bead-based salivary peptidome profiling for periodontal-orthodontic treatment.
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.
Prediction of HLA-DQ8beta cell peptidome using a computational program and its relationship to autoreactive T cells.
The peptidome constitutes the low molecular weight proteome.
Serum peptidome based biomarkers searching for monitoring minimal residual disease in adult acute lymphocytic leukemia.
The discovery platform utilizes proprietary machine-learning algorithms to analyze this peptidome and to identify peptides likely to activate GPCRs.
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.