Heat shock proteomics in yeast

Andrew Jarnucak’s PhD work now published in Molecular Omics. Joint study with Claire Eyers and Chris Grant, looking at the temporal effects on the quantitative proteome of heat shock and yes we see the usual suspects. My favourite feature of this nice dataset is the way it validates the protein interaction data generated by AP-MS methods – Fig6 in the paper shows this really well where the known chaperone targets track their parent chaperones really well. here

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About simonjhubbard

Computational biologist, working at the University of Manchester, UK. Interested in proteomics, gene expression, translational control, chaperomics and bioinformatics
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