"A group of proteins (i) that were not found in 1 the 60 min YNB -FBS or 0 min samples and (ii) that persisted in the 60 min YNB +FBS once identified during any period were defined as ânewly produced proteins.â These proteins were recognized as important effectors that positively contributed to cellular integrity during their presence in the serum. Four proteins (RHR2, HGT1, ATP16 and orf19.3767) ere first identified at 10 min, and these were continuously detected during the latter periods. In the same manner, four additional proteins were identified as newly produced proteins at each period (20, 40, or 60 min). A total of 16 proteins (RHR2, HGT1, ATP16, SPT14, ERG6, PEX12, orf19.3767, orf19.713, orf19.3686, orf19.4825, orf19.4620, orf19.4594, orf19.5342.2, orf19.4123, orf19.2439 and orf19.6211) were classified as newly produced proteins.
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Citation: Shibasaki S, Karasaki M, Ueda M (2014) Combining Proteomic Strategies and Molecular Display Technology for Development of Vaccines against Candida albicans. J Proteomics Bioinform 7: 134-138."
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