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Proteomics

The purpose of the session is to showcase the latest research in utilizing proteomic and peptidomic strategies to address biological questions. Also of relevance are new developments in the understanding of how growth regulating peptides act in plants and animals and the role of secreted proteins in biology.
Date: Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Time: 10:30 AM-12:40 PM
Room: Pacific Salon 3
Organizers:
Madan K. Bhattacharyya and Michael A. Djordjevic
10:30 AM
Exploring the Zoonotic Potential of Avian Pathogenic Escherichia coli
Ganwu Li, Iowa State University; Lisa K. Nolan, Iowa State University

10:50 AM
MALDI TOF MS Towards the Universal Species Identification of Microorganisms, Insects and Higher Organisms
Jayaseelan Murugaiyan, Freie Universitaet -Berlin, Inst Ani. and Environ.Hyg.; Uwe Roesler, Freie Universitaet-Berlin, Ins Ani.and Environ.Hyg.

11:50 AM
Comparative Proteomics of Diploid and Polyploid Cotton
Guanjing HU, Iowa State University; Jin Koh, University of Florida; Fernanda Salvato, University of Missouri-Columbia; Jay Thelen, University of Missouri-Columbia; Sixue Chen, University of Florida; Jonathan F. Wendel, Iowa State University

12:10 PM
Strigolactone-Regulated Proteins Revealed By iTRAQ-Based Quantitative Proteomics
Jay Chen, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Zhou Li, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Olaf Czarnecki, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Karuna Chourey, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Jun Yang, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Gerald A. Tuskan, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Gregory B. Hurst, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Chongle Pan, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, CSMD

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