In vivo versus in vitro protein abundance analysis of Shigella dysenteriaetype 1 reveals changes in the expression of proteins involved in virulence, stress and energy metabolism.

Kuntumalla, Srilatha.
Zhang, Quanshun.
Braisted, John C.
Fleischmann, Robert D.
Peterson, Scott N.
Donohue-Rolfe, Arthur.
Tzipori, Saul.
Pieper, Rembert.
2011

Background: Shigella dysenteriae serotype 1 (SD1) causes the most severe form of epidemic bacillary dysentery. Quantitative proteome profiling of Shigella dysenteriae serotype 1 (SD1) in vitro (derived from LB cell cultures) and in vivo (derived from gnotobiotic piglets) was performed by 2D-LC-MS/MS and APEX, a label-free computationally ... read more

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Kuntumalla, Srilatha, Quanshun Zhang, John C. Braisted, Robert D. Fleischmann, Scott N. Peterson, Arthur Donohue-Rolfe, Saul Tzipori, and Rembert Pieper. "In vivo versus in vitro protein abundance analysis of Shigella dysenteriaetype 1 reveals changes in the expression of proteins involved in virulence, stress and energy metabolism." BMC Microbiology 11, no. 1 (12, 2011): 1-13.
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