Plasma proteome database as a resource for proteomics research

Muthusamy, Babylakshmi, Hanumanthu, G., Suresh, Shubha, Rekha, B., Srinivas, D., Karthick, L., Vrushabendra, B.M., Sharma, Salil, Mishra, Goparani, Chatterjee, Pritam, Mangala, K.S., Shivashankar, H.N., Chandrika, K.N., Deshpande, Nandan, Suresh, M., Kannabiran, N., Niranjan, Vidya, Nalli, Anuradha, Prasad, T.S.Keshava, Arun, K.S., Reddy, Raghunath, Chandran, Sreenath, Jadhav, Trafina, Julie, D., Mahesh, M., John, S. Lynate, Palvankar, Kshitish, Sudhir, D., Bala, P., Rashmi, N.S., Vishnupriya, G., Dhar, Kaushik, Reshma, S., Chaerkady, Raghothama, Gandhi, T.K.B., Harsha, H.C., Mohan, S. Sujatha, Deshpande, Krishna S., Sarker, Malabika and Pandey, Akhilesh (2005) Plasma proteome database as a resource for proteomics research. Proteomics, 5 13: 3531-3536. doi:10.1002/pmic.200401335

Author Muthusamy, Babylakshmi
Hanumanthu, G.
Suresh, Shubha
Rekha, B.
Srinivas, D.
Karthick, L.
Vrushabendra, B.M.
Sharma, Salil
Mishra, Goparani
Chatterjee, Pritam
Mangala, K.S.
Shivashankar, H.N.
Chandrika, K.N.
Deshpande, Nandan
Suresh, M.
Kannabiran, N.
Niranjan, Vidya
Nalli, Anuradha
Prasad, T.S.Keshava
Arun, K.S.
Reddy, Raghunath
Chandran, Sreenath
Jadhav, Trafina
Julie, D.
Mahesh, M.
John, S. Lynate
Palvankar, Kshitish
Sudhir, D.
Bala, P.
Rashmi, N.S.
Vishnupriya, G.
Dhar, Kaushik
Reshma, S.
Chaerkady, Raghothama
Gandhi, T.K.B.
Harsha, H.C.
Mohan, S. Sujatha
Deshpande, Krishna S.
Sarker, Malabika
Pandey, Akhilesh
Title Plasma proteome database as a resource for proteomics research
Journal name Proteomics   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 1615-9853
Publication date 2005-08
Sub-type Article (original research)
DOI 10.1002/pmic.200401335
Volume 5
Issue 13
Start page 3531
End page 3536
Total pages 6
Place of publication Weinheim, Germany
Publisher Wiley
Language eng
Abstract Plasma is one of the best studied compartments in the human body and serves as an ideal body fluid for the diagnosis of diseases. This report provides a detailed functional annotation of all the plasma proteins identified to date. In all, gene products encoded by 3778 distinct genes were annotated based on proteins previously published in the literature as plasma proteins and the identification of multiple peptides from proteins under HUPO's Plasma Proteome Project. Our analysis revealed that 51% of these genes encoded more than one protein isoform. All single nucleotide polymorphisms involving protein-coding regions were mapped onto the protein sequences. We found a number of examples of isoform-specific subcellular localization as well as tissue expression. This database is an attempt at comprehensive annotation of a complex subproteome and is available on the web at
Keyword Annotation
Mass spectrometry
Plasma proteome project
Systems biology
Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Non-UQ
Additional Notes Article first published online: 22 July 2005.

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