A preliminary study on human placental tissue impaired by gestational diabetes: a comparison of gel-based versus gel-free proteomics approaches

European Journal of Mass Spectrometry

25 July Jul 2016 4 months ago
  • Brioschi M, Banfi C

Gestational diabetes (GDM) is the most common complication of pregnancy and it is associated with maternal and fetal short- and long-term consequences. GDM modifies placental structure and function, but many of the underlying mechanisms are still unclear. The aim of this study is to develop and compare two different methods, based respectively on gel-based and gel-free proteomics, in order to investigate the placental proteome in the absence or in the presence of GDM and to identify, through a comparative approach, possible changes in protein expression due to the GDM condition.

Reference

Roverso M, Brioschi M, Banfi C, Visentin S, Burlina S, Seraglia R, Traldi P, Lapolla A. A preliminary study on human placental tissue impaired by gestational diabetes: a comparison of gel-based versus gel-free proteomics approaches. Eur J Mass Spectrom (Chichester, Eng) 2016;22(2):71-82

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