TITLE

A label-free differential quantitative mass spectrometry method for the characterization and identification of protein changes during citrus fruit development

AUTHOR(S)
Katz, Ehud; Mario Fon; Eigenheer, Richard A.; Phinney, Brett S.; Fass, Joseph N.; Dawei Lin; Sadka, Avi; Blumwald, Eduardo
PUB. DATE
January 2010
SOURCE
Proteome Science;2010, Vol. 8, p68
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Background: Citrus is one of the most important and widely grown commodity fruit crops. In this study a labelfree LC-MS/MS based shot-gun proteomics approach was taken to explore three main stages of citrus fruit development. These approaches were used to identify and evaluate changes occurring in juice sac cells in various metabolic pathways affecting citrus fruit development and quality. Results: Protein changes in citrus juice sac cells were identified and quantified using label-free shotgun methodologies. Two alternative methods, differential mass-spectrometry (dMS) and spectral counting (SC) were used to analyze protein changes occurring during earlier and late stages of fruit development. Both methods were compared in order to develop a proteomics workflow that could be used in a non-model plant lacking a sequenced genome. In order to resolve the bioinformatics limitations of EST databases from species that lack a full sequenced genome, we established iCitrus. iCitrus is a comprehensive sequence database created by merging three major sources of sequences (HarvEST:citrus, NCBI/citrus/unigenes, NCBI/citrus/proteins) and improving the annotation of existing unigenes. iCitrus provided a useful bioinformatics tool for the high-throughput identification of citrus proteins. We have identified approximately 1500 citrus proteins expressed in fruit juice sac cells and quantified the changes of their expression during fruit development. Our results showed that both dMS and SC provided significant information on protein changes, with dMS providing a higher accuracy. Conclusion: Our data supports the notion of the complementary use of dMS and SC for label-free comparative proteomics, broadening the identification spectrum and strengthening the identification of trends in protein expression changes during the particular processes being compared.
ACCESSION #
57829242

 

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