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The Urinary Proteome By Alex J. Rai

The Urinary Proteome by Alex J. Rai

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This book is intended for scientifc researchers, clinical laboratorians, clinical and translational scientists, and others interested in proteomics and biomarker discovery.

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The Urinary Proteome: Methods and Protocols by Alex J. Rai

This book is intended for scientifc researchers, clinical laboratorians, clinical and translational scientists, and others interested in proteomics and biomarker discovery. Urine is one of the most easily accessible biological samples, and it provides a treasure trove of molecules important in clinical diagnostics. In this book, we review briefly the classical urine tests that are performed in the clinical laboratory and then delve into the state-of-the-art methods for proteomic analysis using urine specimens. The most recent advances are discussed with regard to sample preparation, data analysis, and fnally methods and applications. A multitude of examples are provided including procedural details for the identifcation and characterization of urine biomarkers that hold potential for the diagnosis and treatment of many different disease conditions. The text is arranged so as to read systematically: introduction, sample preparation methods, applications, and data analysis. However, it does not necessarily require the reader to read it from start to fnish. Each chapter is organized such that it can be read individually without requiring knowledge from other chapters. I would like to thank the many individuals who made this book possible. These include the many authors who contributed to each of the individual chapters, the corresponding authors who took responsibility in providing the complete and fnished versions solicited for the peer review process, and the many scientifc reviewers who provided their valuable input and guidance.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction to Urinalysis: Historical Perspectives and Clinical Application German Echeverry, Glen L. Hortin, and Alex J. Rai 2. A Primer on Clinical Applications and Assays Using Urine: Focus on Analysis of Plasma Cell Dyscrasias Using Automated Electrophoresis and Immunofixation Brianne Olivieri and Alex J. Rai 3. Application of Free Flow Electrophoresis to the Analysis of the Urine Proteome Aude L. Foucher, David R. Craft, and Craig A. Gelfand 4. Standardized Pre-Processing of Urine for Proteome Analysis Georg Martin Fiedler, Uta Ceglarek, Alexander Leichtle, and Joachim Thiery 5. Different Sample Preparation and Detection Methods for Normal and Lung Cancer Urinary Proteome Analysis Supachok Sinchaikul, Payungsak Tantipaiboonwong, Supawadee Sriyam, Ching Tzao, Suree Phutrakul, and Shui-Tein Chen 6. Isolation and Purification of Exosomes in Urine Patricia A. Gonzales, Hua Zhou, Trairak Pisitkun, Nam Sun Wang, Robert A. Star, Mark A. Knepper, and Peter S.T. Yuen 7. Bioinformatics of the Urinary Proteome Laurence D. Parnell and Christine M.E. Schueller 8. PROTIS: Use of Combined Biomarkers for Providing Diagnostic Information on Disease States Walter Hofmann, Cornelia Sedlmeir-Hofmann, Miroslav Ivandic, Dagmar Ruth, and Peter Luppa 9. Statistical Contributions to Proteomic Research Jeffrey S. Morris, Keith A. Baggerly, Howard B. Gutstein, and Kevin R. Coombes 10. A Review of Experimental Design Best Practices for Proteomics Based Biomarker Discovery: Focus on SELDI-TOF Rebecca E. Caffrey 11. Urine Proteomic Profiling for Biomarkers of Acute Renal Transplant Rejection Shu-Ling Liang and William Clarke 12. Surface Plasmon Resonance Biosensorics in Urine Proteomics Peter B. Luppa, Jochen Metzger, and HeikeSchneider 13. Urinary Proteins for the Diagnosis of Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome Ayelet Snow, David Gozal, Roland Valdes Jr., and Saeed A. Jortani 14. Immune Response Biomarker Profiling Application on ProtoArray (R) Protein Microarrays Barry Schweitzer, Lihao Meng, Dawn Mattoon, and Alex J. Rai 15. Design and Validation of an Immunoaffinity LC-MS/MS Assay for the Quantification of a Collagen Type II Neoepitope Peptide in Human Urine: Application as a Biomarker of Osteoarthritis Olga Nemirovskiy, Wenlin (Wendy) Li, and Gabriella Szekely-Klepser 16. Cell Specific Biomarkers in Renal Medicine and Research Martin Shaw 17. Proteomic Assays for the Detection of Urothelial Cancer Kris E. Gaston and H. Barton Grossman 18. Urine Proteomic Analysis: Use of Two-Dimensional Gel Electrophoresis, Isotope Coded Affinity Tags, and Capillary Electrophoresis Kimia Sobhani 19. Proteomic Analysis of Pancreatic Secretory Trypsin Inhibitor / Tumor-Associated Trypsin Inhibitor from Urine of Patients with Pancreatitis or Prostate Cancer Leena Valmu, Suvi Ravela, and Ulf-Hakan Stenman

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The Urinary Proteome: Methods and Protocols by Alex J. Rai
Humana Press Inc.
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