Publications

  1. A Label-Free Mass Spectrometry Method to Predict Endogenous Protein Complex Composition. McBride, Z., Chen, D., Lee, Y., Aryal, U.K., Xie, J. 2 and Szymanski, D.B. (2019). Molecular and Cellular Proteomics (in press).

  2. Proteomic analysis of bacterial response to a 4- hydroxybenzylidene indolinone compound, which re-sensitizes bacteria to traditional antibiotics. Opoku-Temeng, C., Onyedibe, K.I., Aryal, U.K. and  Sintim, H.O. (2019). Journal of Proteomics (accepted).

  3. Glycome and proteome components of Golgi membranes are common between two angiosperms with distinct cell wall structures. Okekeogbu, I.O., Pattathil, S., Fernández-Niño, S.M.G.,Aryal, U.K., Penning, P.W., Lao, J., Heazlewood, J.L., Hahn, M.G., McCann, M.C., Carpita, N.C. (2019). The Plant Cell (in press).
  4. Maternal high fat diet during gestation and lactation significantly impacts neonate intestinal morphology and proteome varies by time of exposure. Suarez- Trujillo, A., Chen, Y., Aduwari, C., Cummings, S., Kuang, S., Buhman, K., Hedrick, V.E., Sobreira, T.J.P, Aryal, U.K., Plaut, K., Casey, T. (2019). Nutrition Research (in press).

  5. Completion of the cytosolic post-chorismate phenylalanine biosynthetic pathway in plants. Y. Qian, J.H. Lynch, L. Guo, D. Rhodes, J.A. Morgan, N. Dudareva (2019). Nature Communication, 10:15//doi.org/10.1038/s41467-018-07969-2.

  6. Proteomic analysis of RAW macrophages treated with cGAMP or c-di-GMP reveals differentially activated cellular pathways. Sooreshjani, M.A., Gursoy, U.K., Aryal, U.K., and Sintim, H.O. (2018). RSC Advances, doi: 10.1039/c8ra04603d.
  7.  Analysis of Protein Complexes in the unicellular cyanobacterium Cyanothece ATCC 51142. Aryal U.K, Ding Z, Hedrick V.E., Sobreira TJP, Kihara D, Sherman LA. (2018) Journal of Proteome Research, doi: 10.1021/acs.jproteome.8b00170.
  8. Proteomic analysis reveals that an extract of the plant Lippia origanoides suppresses mitochondrial metabolism in triple-negative breast cancer cells. Raman, V., Aryal, U.K., Hedrick, V.E., Mohallem, R., Lorenzo, J.L.F., Stashenko, E.E., Levy, M., Levy, M.M., Camarillo, I.G. (2018). Journal of Proteome Research, 17(10) 3370-3383. 
  9. Diet impacts preimplantation histotroph proteome in beef cattle. Harlow, K., Tylor, E., Casey, T., Victoria, H.E., Sobreira, T., Aryal, U.K, Ronald, L., Bethany, F., and Stewart, K. (2018). Journal of Proteome Research, 17(6), 2144-2155. 
  10. Analysis of human nuclear protein complexes by quantitative mass spectrometry profiling. Connelly, K.E. Hedrick, V.E., Paschoal Sobreira, T.J., Dykhuizen, E.C. and Aryal, U.K. (2018). Proteomics, 11: e1700427 e1700427. doi: 10.1002/pmic.201700427. 
  11. Analysis of protein complexes in Arabidopsis leaves using size exclusion chromatography and label-free protein correlation profiling. Aryal, U.K., McBride, Z., Chen, D., Xie, J. and Szymanski, D.B. (2017). Journal of Proteomics, 166, 8-18. 
  12. A Comparative in-vivo study of albumin-coated paclitaxel nanocrystals and abraxane. Park, J., Park, J.E., Hedrick, V.E., Wood, K.V., Bonham, C., Lee, W. and Yeo, Y. (2018). Small, 1703670. 
  13. YopT domain of the PfhB2 toxin from Pasteurella multocida: protein expression, characterization, crystallization and crystallographic analysis. Kumar, S., Hedrick, V.E. and Mattoo, S. (2018). Acta Cryst. (2018). F74, 128–134. 
  14. Embryonic atrazine exposure elicits proteomic, behavioral, and brain abnormalities with developmental time specific gene expression signatures. Horzman, K.A., Reidenbach, L.S., Thanki, D.H. et al. (2018). J Proteomics (accepted) 
  15. Incorporation of non-canonical amino acids into the developing murine proteome. Calve, S., Witten, A.J., Ocken, A.R., Kinzer-Ursem, T.L. (2016).  Scientific Reports, 6, 32377.
  16. A proteomic strategy for global characterization of plant cytosolic protein complexes. Aryal, U.K., Xiong, Y., Xie, J., Kihara, D., Hall, M.C., and Szymanski, D (2014). Plant Cell, 26, 1-16.
  17. Design, Implementation and Multi-Site Evaluation of a System Suitability Protocol for the Quantitative Assessment of Instrument Performance in LC-MRM-MS. S.E. Abbatiello, D.R. Mani, B. Schilling, B. MacLean, L.J. Zimmerman, X. Feng, M.P. Cusack, S.C. Hall, T. Addona, S. Allen, N. Dodder, M. Ghosh, J.M. Held, V. Hedrick, H.D. Inerowicz, A. Jackson, H. Keshishian, J.W. Kim, J. Lyssand, C.P. Riley, P. Rudnick, P. Sadowski, K. Shaddox, D. Smith, D. Tomazela, A. Wahlander, S. Waldemarson, C.A. Whitwell, J. You, S. Zhang, C. Borchers, C. Buck, S.J. Fisher, B.W. Gibson, D. Liebler, M. MacCoss, T.A. Neubert, A. Paulovich, F. Regnier, N. Sedransk, S.J. Skates, P. Tempst, M. Wang, S.A. Carr.
  18. Design, Implementation and Multi-Site Evaluation of a System Suitability Protocol for the Quantitative Assessment of Instrument Performance in LC-MRM-MS . B.L. Baumgarner, A. Bharadwaj, H.D. Inerowicz, A.S. Goodman, P.B. Brown.
  19. Identification of Karyopherin α1 and α7 Interacting Proteins in Porcine Tissue. K.E. Park, H.D. Inerowicz, X. Wang, Y. Li, S. Koser, R.A. Cabot.
  20. Lectin Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry Discovery Workflow Identifies Putative Biomarkers of Aggressive Breast Cancers. P.M. Drake, B. Schilling, R.K. Niles, A. Prakobphol, B. Li, K. Jung, W. Cho, M. Braten, H.D. Inerowicz, K. Williams, M. Albertolle, J.M. Held, D. Iacovides, D.J. Sorensen, O.L. Griffith, E. Johansen, A.M. Zawadzka, M.P. Cusack, S. Allen, M. Gormley, S.C. Hall, H.E. Witkowska, J.W. Gray, F. Regnier, B.W. Gibson and S.J. Fisher
  21. A large consistent plasma proteomics data set from prospectively collected breast cancer patient and healthy volunteer samples. C.P. Riley, X. Zhang, H. Nakshatri, B. Achneider, F.E. Regnier, J. Adamec, C. Buck.
  22. Liver proteome response of largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides) exposed to several environmental contaminants: potential insight into biomarker development. B.C. Sanchez, K.J. Ralston-Hooper, K.A. Kowalski, H.D. Inerowicz, J. Adamec, M. Sepulveda.

Contact

Uma Aryal
Proteomics Facility Director
Phone: (765) 494-4960
Email: uaryal@purdue.edu