Tag: proteomics

Insights on Marine Invertebrates Larvae Proteomics: Challenges and Opportunities

The challenge in naturalization of multi-omics finishes and lack of genome information disheartened sea chemists to conduct studies at proteome or genome molecular level. However, in current age, concerning details advancement in proteomics and bulk spectrometry forms promoted the marine analysts to devote effort to something studies at microscopic level for better understanding the role […]

Integrated Risk Assessment Coupled with Molecular Detection Platform Enhance Personalized Health Care in Metabolic Disorders

Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) is characterised by multidimensional metabolic dysfunction caused by endothelium and beta cell malfunction, as well as regulatory molecular dysfunction caused by stress, lifestyle, food, and physical inactivity anchored in the insulin signalling network. It is caused by both environmental and genetic changes, which may play a role in the development […]

NRCT Clinical Study in to Identify Acetaminophen-Induced Liver Injury Mechanism

Acetaminophen (APAP) (N-acetyl-p-aminophenol) is a chemical compound utilised in paracetamol treatments to reduce pain and lower fever. In June 2009, an FDA advisory group issued a warning concerning the potential of APAP overdose due to the drug’s side effects, which include drug-induced liver damage. In addition, the FDA has begun collecting data on APAP toxicity […]

Distribution Statistics on Carbon Value Points out Good and Bad Portions of Proteins: A Viral Sample in Study

The structure of viral proteins can be altered by mutation to form different structures. These structural changes are caused by changes in carbon distribution. The carbon distribution statistics in viral protein samples are computed here. The statistical results are useful in identifying carbon-optimized domains and abnormal portions, such as active regions or hydrophobic parts. It […]

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