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Organelle-specific clusters displaying statistically significantly enriched membership for select functional annotation categories are highlighted by dashed boxes, together with the corresponding GO terms. 01) (18). 2. Protein Annotation 1. Protein annotation refers to the known or predicted biological/molecular properties of a protein as extracted from the literature. A large number of highly useful Web pages are available to extract important protein annotations. org/) is a highly useful Web tool.
The lysate is centrifuged in a benchtop centrifuge at 800g for 15 min; the supernatant serves as source of cytosol, mitochondria, and microsomes. 4 , 5 mM MgCl2, 1 mM DTT, and 1 mM PMSF, and centrifuged again at 800g for 15 min. 1 rotor). The nuclear pellet is collected, washed once in PBS, suspended in nuclear extraction buffer I, left on ice for 15 min, and centrifuged at 8000g for 20 min. The supernatant is referred to as nuclear extract I. The pellet from this procedure is resuspended in nuclear extrac- 20 Gramolini et al.
The GO consortium is aimed at providing the molecular function, biological process, and cellular component of proteins for every major organism in a defined user-friendly vocabulary (19). The GO database consists of three main branches, termed biological process, molecular function, and cellular component. Each main category branches consecutively into a more detailed and complex network of GO terms describing specific functions or properties of particular proteins. By mapping proteins identified in an expression-based proteomics project onto the Gene Ontology database, biologists can accumulate important information about the proteins identified in a particular sample quickly.