Journal Highlight: Proteomics applications in dental derived stem cells

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  • Published: Jun 10, 2017
  • Author: separationsNOW
  • Channels: Proteomics & Genomics
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An overview has been presented of the proteomics studies in the context of stem cell research, focusing on dental-derived stem cell types as well as current challenges and opportunities.

Proteomics applications in dental derived stem cells

Journal of Cellular Physiology, 2017, 232, 1602-1610
Jie Li, Weidong Tian and Jinlin Song

Abstract: At present, the existence of a variety of dental derived stem cells has been documented. These cells displayed promising clinical application potential not only for teeth and its surrounding tissue regeneration, but also for other tissues, such as nerve and bone regeneration. Proteomics is an unbiased, global informatics tool that provides information on all protein expression levels as well as post-translational modification in cells or tissues and is applicable to dental derived stem cells research. Over the last decade, considerable progress has been made to study the global proteome, secrotome, and membrane proteome of dental derived stem cells. Here, we present an overview of the proteomics studies in the context of stem cell research. Particular attention is given to dental derived stem cell types as well as current challenges and opportunities.

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