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Farm animal proteomics

Proceedings of the 3rd Managing Committee Meeting and 2nd Meeting of Working Groups 1, 2 & 3 of COST Action FA1002

Rodrigues, Pedro, Eckersall, David, de Almeida, André (Eds.)

2012, Approx. 210 p. 75 illus., 43 illus. in color.

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  • Encompasses a wide range of topics: from muscle and meat proteomics to acute phase proteins and proteomics in aquaculture, to name but a few
  • Presents the state of the art in farm animal proteomics research in Europe
  • Will be of interest to scientists at the cutting edge of animal and veterinary research
  • Provides an insight for proteomic specialists in demonstrating the breadth of applications that their technology can have in animal and food research
Proteomics is a field with growing interest in almost every area of life sciences. Proteomic techniques, along with potential and obtained results have long been key components of biomedical and pharmaceutical research. In agriculture, animal and veterinary research however, use of proteomics is still limited, despite the large number of potential applications. As a result, there is a pressing need for wider use and dissemination of proteomics in animal and veterinary science research. This book meets this need by bridging the gap between experts in the technology of proteomics and those at the forefront of research into many facets of animal physiology and pathophysiology. The book encompasses a wide range of topics: from muscle and meat proteomics to acute phase proteins and proteomics in aquaculture, to name but a few. The book summarily presents the state of the art in farm animal proteomics research in Europe, providing readers with interesting examples of the applications of this set of advanced technologies as well as useful contact details of colleagues with expertise in the field. The book will be of interest to scientists at the cutting edge of animal and veterinary research who are currently, or are considering, analytical investigation and identification of protein in animal tissue and in pathogens in health and disease. Furthermore the book will provide an insight for proteomic specialists in demonstrating the breadth of applications that their technology can have in animal and food research.

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Proteomics in farm animals: going south; Pedro Rodrigues et al.- Part I - Invited plenary communications.- Mass spectrometry for the veterinary and farm animal world; Renata Soares et al.- Protein synthesis pipelines for study of protein-protein interactions; Mangesh Bhide.- Dinosaurs and other farm animals; Jane Thomas-Oates.- Proteomics strategies to trace illegal growth-promoters in cattle; A. Urbani et al.- Assessing fish quality in aquaculture: a proteomics approach; Pedro M. Rodrigues et al.- From meat to food: the proteomics assessment; Andrea Mozzarelli et al.- Ruminant saliva: accessory proteins of homeostasis, olfaction and defence; Marcus Mau.- Proteomics of foes and friends adapted to milk environment: focus on Grampositive bovine mastitis bacteria and probiotics; Pekka Varmanen et al.- Tick-borne diseases in cattle: applications of proteomics and the development of new generation vaccines; Isabel Marcelino et al.- The applications of proteomics to animal models of leptospirosis: in vivo veritas; Jarlath E. Nally.- Part II - Proteomics and animal health.- Changes in the proteome of the H295R steroidogenesis model associated with exposure to the mycotoxin zearalenone and its metabolites, α- and β-zearalenol; Oyvind L. Busk et al.- Proteomic analysis of host responses to Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium infection in gut of naturally infected Iberian pigs; Cristina Arce et al.- Biochemical and proteomic investigation of bovine nasal secretion; M. Faizal Ghazali et al.- The behaviour of ceruloplasmin as an acute phase protein in obese and infected rabbits; T.M. Georgieva et al.- Modifications of the acute phase protein haptoglobin in dairy cows; Susanne Haussler et al.- Rapid protein production pipeline in advanced inducible Leishmania tarentolae expression system; S. Hresko et al.- Brucellosis and proteomics: an approach in Albania; Jani Mavromati.- Saliva proteomics: tool for novel diagnosis for farm animal diseases from body fluids; Jacob Kuruvilla, Susana Cristobal.- Proteomics in biomarker detection and monitoring of pancreas disease (PD) in atlantic salmon (Salmo salar); Mark Braceland et al.- Results of proteomic mapping into milk infected by Streptococus agalactiae; Monika Johansson et al.- Adhesion of Francisella to endothelial cells is also mediated by OmpA:ICAM-1 interaction; R. Mucha et al.- Proteins overexpressed in ovine pulmonary adenocarcinoma; Anna Kycko, Michal Reichert.- Relevance of paraoxonase-1, platelet- activating factor acetylhydrolase and serum amyloid A in bovine mastitis; Romana Turk et al.- Proteomic characterization of serum amyloid A protein in different porcine body fluids; L. Soler et al.- Comparative exoproteomics of Staphylococcus epidermidis of human and bovine origin to identify bacterial factors involved in adaptation into bovine host; Kirsi Savijoki et al.- Methodology of proteomic mapping into milk infected by Streptococus agalactiae; William Mullen et al.- Part III - Proteomics in animal production.- Proteome analysis of muscles longissimus dorsi of Hungarian Merino and Tsigai sheep breeds; Levente Czegledi et al.- Muscle proteomics profiles in sheep: the effect of breed and nutritional status; Andre M. de Almeida et al.- Cellular and molecular-large scale features of fetal perirenal and intermuscular adipose tissues in bovine; M. Bonnet et al.- Vegetable based fish feed changes protein expression in muscle of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss); Flemming Jessen et al.- The proteomic insight of the Italian dry cured ham manufacturing; Gianluca Paredi et al.- IGF-1 free circulating protein and its gene-expression in linseed-rich diet quail; A. Karus et al.- A longitudinal proteomic approach to investigate liver metabolism in periparturient dairy cows with different body fat mobilization; Christine Schaff et al.- The effect of colostrum intake on blood plasma proteomic profiles of newborn lambs; Lorenzo Enrique Hernandez-Castellano et al.- Oxidative stress and acute phase response associated to changes in housing from pen to individual stalls in reproductive sows; Anna Marco-Ramell et al.- Two-dimensional proteomics as a tool to evaluate nutritional effects in farmed fish; Nadege Richard et al.- Serum proteomic analysis in bovine mastitis; Paola Roncada Cristian Piras et al.- From protein markers to phenotyping tools for evaluation of beef tenderness; Brigitte Picard et al.- Immunoreactive proteins of Mycobacterium avium subsp. Paratuberculosis; C. Piras et al.- Acute phase protein expression in different visceral and subcutaneous fat depots from clinically healthy dairy cows; Md. Mizanur Rahman et al.- The plasma proteome and acute phase proteins of broiler chickens with gait abnormalities; E.L. O’Reilly et al.- Proteomic analysis of visceral and subcutaneous adipose tissue in goats; Laura Restelli et al.- Farm animal proteomics in toxicological studies: useful tool or waste of time? What to learn from rodent studies; T. Serchi et al.- The role of SPEF2 in male fertility; Anu Sironen et al.- Proteomic analysis of cryoconserved bull sperm to enhance ERCR classification scores of fertility; Alessio Soggiu et al.- Proteomics biomarkers for pork quality; Marinus F.W. te Pas et al.- Proteomics as a tool to understand fish stress in aquaculture; Tome S. Silva et al.- A peptidomic approach to biomarker discovery for bovine mastitis; Rozaihan Mansor et al.- Acknowledgements.- Major sponsors.- Organizing support.- Individual contributions.

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