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Type of publication: Journal Article
Type of document: Review Article

Year: 2020

Authors: Miller, I; Schlosser, S; Palazzolo, L; Veronesi, MC; Eberini, I; Gianazza, E

Title: Some more about dogs: Proteomics of neglected biological fluids.

Source: J Proteomics. 2020; 218:103724



Authors Vetmeduni Vienna:

Miller Ingrid
Schlosser Sarah

Vetmed Research Units
Institute for Medical Biochemistry
VetCore


Abstract:
We report in this manuscript what is known about the protein makeup of a selection of biological fluids in the domestic dog. The samples we review - amniotic and allantoic fluid, seminal fluid, saliva, bile, synovial fluid, tears - are still very poorly characterized in this species. For some of them we can present results from our own, mainly unpublished experiments. SIGNIFICANCE: The dog is one of the most widespread companion animals, and also of medical relevance as model species for some human diseases. Still, investigation of body fluids other than serum and urine is not so commonly undertaken, although - like in humans - also these sample types may have potential for diagnostic purposes. We compile published data about proteomes of fetal fluids, seminal plasma, saliva, bile, synovial fluid and tears, enriched by some yet unpublished data of our own (proteins of amniotic and allantoic fluid, tears). Closing gaps in our knowledge on dog proteins will further our understanding of (patho)physiological processes.Copyright © 2020 The Author(s). Published by Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.


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