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Protein Pilot
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Protein Pilot, Home Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Flickr YouTube RSS About Overview and HistoryOur People Dr. William H. DanforthDr. James C. CarringtonSam, Protein Pilot from Applied Biosystems Protein identification and relative protein expression analysis for discovery research Optimized support for iTRAQ
Protein Identification by MS
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Protein Identification by MS, Home, Unveiled Protein Identification using LC-MS/MS and Database Searching Typically, protein digests are submitted to LC-MS/MS for protein identification, of the platform can be submitted to database searching and protein identification using MASCOT v2.3, Distiller) and for protein reporting (Scaffold 2.0, Proteome Software
MultiProbe II Protein Digester
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MultiProbe II Protein Digester, Home Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Flickr YouTube RSS About Overview and HistoryOur People Dr. William H. DanforthDr. James C, Plan Unveiled MultiProbe II Protein Digester from PerkinElmer 4 pin head Automated protein in-gel or in-solution digestion 2x 96 well plate Zip
(SciDev.Net) Researchers boost protein content of GM cassava
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by Zoraida Portillo The transformation of cassava from a starchy staple lacking in protein to a cheap supply of protein for food, feed and industry, may have come a step closer now that scientists have boosted the crop's protein content. Cassava ...
(SciDev.Net) Researchers boost protein content of GM cassava, By Zoraida Portillo The transformation of cassava from a starchy staple lacking in protein to a cheap supply of protein for food, feed and industry, may have come a step closer now that scientists have boosted the crop's protein content. Cassava is a staple food in many developing countries but has little protein, ) are made up of protein, giving it one of the lowest protein-to-energy ratios of any staple. Cereals
Discovery Identifies Elaborate G-protein Network in Plants
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Key finding has the potential to improve crops’ response to drought, disease and other stresses ST. LOUIS, MO, April 20, 2011— The most elaborate heterotrimeric G-protein network known to date in the plant kingdom has been identified by Dr. Sona Pa ...
Discovery Identifies Elaborate G-protein Network in Plants, Key finding has the potential, - The most elaborate heterotrimeric G-protein network known to date in the plant kingdom has been, of this research are published in the recent article, "An elaborate heterotirmeric G-protein family from soybean expands the diversity of G-protein networks," in the New Phytologist. G-proteins, that plants had only one Gα protein based on previous research using Arabidopsis and rice
Protein/Proteome Post-Translational Modification Analysis
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Protein/Proteome Post-Translational Modification Analysis, Home Facebook Twitter, North Innovation District Plan Unveiled Protein/Proteome Post, the post-translational modifications present in their protein or proteome samples. The PMSF offers, reserved Careers Media Directory Site Map Protein Post
(New Scientist) Cassava packs a protein punch with bean genes
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 by Andy Coghlan A DEADLY poison could save the lives of millions of African children, thanks to the discovery that cassava can be duped into turning about half of the cyanide it makes into extra protein. Although cassava is a major source of carbo ...
(New Scientist) Cassava packs a protein punch with bean genes, by Andy Coghlan A DEADLY poison, be duped into turning about half of the cyanide it makes into extra protein. Although cassava, amounts of protein. Claude Fauquet of the Danforth Plant Science Center in St Louis, Missouri, and his team bumped up the protein content to 12.5 per cent by adding bean and maize genes to make a protein called zeolin. They were surprised to find that the plant used its natural supply of cyanide
New Protein Discovered Has Potential to Keep Crops Productive
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The discovery of PCH1 adds another piece to the puzzle of understanding how plants harness biological clockwork to adapt to the changing sun.
New Protein Discovered Has Potential to Keep Crops Productive, Guest blogger Eric Hamilton is a graduate student in plant biology at Washington University in St. Louis in the lab of Elizabeth, . This protein can serve as a “molecular memory” of the light that plants receive during the day, , another protein called phytochrome. When phytochrome is activated by light during the day, it suppresses, of the night. Fluorescently lit up, the protein aggregates resemble clusters of stars that gradually
Research unveils clues about protein mechanism critical to plant growth and yield
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Scientists at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center have made several scientific discoveries demonstrating the significant roles Heterotrimeric G proteins play in plant development and yield. 
Research unveils clues about protein mechanism critical to plant growth and yield , ST. LOUIS, MO, December 9, 2013 – Scientists at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center have made several scientific discoveries demonstrating the significant roles Heterotrimeric G proteins play in plant development and yield. Sona Pandey, Ph.D., principal investigator at the Danforth Plant Science Center and her collaborators have published several papers on their research in recent months. Pandey
First Independent Publication From the Pandey Lab
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It made to the cover of New Phytologist and they also did a commentary on it!
First Independent Publication From the Pandey Lab, The first independent publication from the Pandey lab! It made to the cover of New Phytologist and they also did a commentary on it! An elaborate heterotrimeric G-protein family from soybean expands the diversity of plant G-protein networks. Bisht NC, Jez JM, Pandey S. New Phytol. 2010 Dec 22. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.2010.03581.x., (Collection), (Collection)