REDFIN supported research has led to publications in Proteomics and Proteome Sciences. tagged:

REDFIN supported research has led to publications in Proteomics and Proteome Sciences.

Posted by Anna in News

Whilst updating our publications page I realized that REDFIN has been enabling some very interesting research lately, which has recently been published in leading peer-reviewed journals, such as Proteomics and Proteome Sciences.

There are three studies I would like to give a special mention to here, although congratulations are of course due to all our customers who have recently gotten their work published.

Meena U. Rajagopal, et al, who got published in Proteomics 2011 with their paper titled “Proteomic profiling of cerebrospinal fluid identifies prostaglandin D2 synthase as a putative biomarker for pediatric medulloblastoma: a pediatric brain tumor consortium study.”

Well done Meena! I remember our many conversations about statistics, biological variability, and the various pitfalls of proteomics data sets. Kudos to you for working with such a large sample size of human CSF! I know the inherent variability was presenting you with a real challenge!

Yogesh M Kulkarni, et al, who got published in Proteomic Sciences 2012 with their paper titled “Protein-based identification of quantitative trait loci associated with malignant transformation in two HER2+ cellular models of breast cancer”.

And last, but by no means least, Miroslava Stastna, et al, from Jennifer Van Eyks lab, who got published in Proteomics Sciences 2011 with their paper titled “Analysis of protein composition of rabbit aqueous humor following two different cataract surgery incision procedures using 2-DE and LC-MS/MS”.

Good work and keep it up!