Quantitative analysis of myofilament protein phosphorylation in small cardiac biopsies
Phosphorylation of cardiac myofilament proteins represents one of the main post-translational mechanisms that regulate cardiac pump function. Human studies are often limited by the amount of available tissue as biopsies taken during cardiac catheterization weigh only 1 mg (dry weight). Similarly, investigation of time- (or dose-) dependent changes in protein phosphorylation in animal studies is often hampered by tissue availability. The present study describes quantitative analysis of phosphorylation status of multiple myofilament proteins by 2-DE and Pro-Q® Diamond stained gradient gels using minor amounts (-0.5 mg dry weight) of human and pig cardiac tissue.
|Keywords||2-DE, Cardiac tissue, Pro-Q® Diamond stain, Protein phosphorylation, TCA|
|Persistent URL||dx.doi.org/10.1002/prca.200600891, hdl.handle.net/1765/37133|
Zaremba, R., Merkus, D., Hamdani, N., Lamers, J.M.J., Paulus, W.J., dos Remedios, C., … van der Velden, J.. (2007). Quantitative analysis of myofilament protein phosphorylation in small cardiac biopsies. Proteomics - Clinical Applications, 1(10), 1285–1290. doi:10.1002/prca.200600891