Proteomic Analysis of the Human Anterior Pituitary Gland

Advani, Jayashree and Madugundu, Anil K and Dey, Gourav and Chaturvedi, Abhishek and Pandey, Akhilesh (2018) Proteomic Analysis of the Human Anterior Pituitary Gland. OMICS A Journal of Integrative Biology, 22 (12). pp. 759-769. ISSN 1536-2310

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Abstract

The pituitary function is regulated by a complex system involving the hypothalamus and biological networks within the pituitary. Although the hormones secreted from the pituitary have been well studied, comprehensive analyses of the pituitary proteome are limited. Pituitary proteomics is a field of postgenomic research that is crucial to understand human health and pituitary diseases. In this context, we report here a systematic proteomic profiling of human anterior pituitary gland (adenohypophysis) using high-resolution Fourier transform mass spectrometry. A total of 2164 proteins were identified in this study, of which 105 proteins were identified for the first time compared with high-throughput proteomic- based studies from human pituitary glands. In addition, we identified 480 proteins with secretory potential and 187 N- terminally acetylated proteins. These are the first region-specific data that could serve as a vital resource for further investigations on the physiological role of the human anterior pituitary glands and the proteins secreted by them. We anticipate that the identification of previously unknown proteins in the present study will accelerate biomedical research to decipher their role in functioning of the human anterior pituitary gland and associated human diseases.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Proteomics; Anterior pituitary; Diagnostics; Biomarkers; Ophthalmology; Endocrinology
Subjects: Medicine > MMMC Manipal > Biochemistry
Depositing User: KMC Library
Date Deposited: 02 Feb 2019 03:52
Last Modified: 02 Feb 2019 03:52
URI: http://eprints.manipal.edu/id/eprint/153126

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