Veterinary Institute Research to Diagnose Systemic Disease in Sheep
Jan 06 2009
prevent this disease.
Dr Jeremy Brown, a Research Fellow at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, commented: âWe need to align gels and actively cluster data sets from large groups of animals to look at all the proteins associated with immunity. The latest version of Dymension has taken complicated activities and has nicely simplified them into a workflow method, allowing us to generate our data in a very straightforward and rigorous way.
Using Dymension, we`ve analysed 2D gel images to compare the mucosal proteome from 24 different sheep and have detected 951 different
spots, with results across gels being surprisingly consistent. We`re in the process of analysing selected spots by MALDI-TOF to identify which
proteins are involved in immunity.â
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