BioGPS Featured Article – Identification of Novel Tumor-Associated Cell Surface Sialoglycoproteins in Human Glioblastoma Tumors Using Quantitative Proteomics | The Su Lab

BioGPS Featured Article – Identification of Novel Tumor-Associated Cell Surface Sialoglycoproteins in Human Glioblastoma Tumors Using Quantitative Proteomics | The Su Lab.

Glioblastoma Multiforme is one of the most common and difficult to treat forms of brain cancer. Because it’s often aggressive and deadly, researchers (like the ones responsible for this week’s BioGPS featured article) have been working hard to uncover new therapeutic approaches for treating this disease. In this study, researchers employed proteomic profiling in conjunction with a technology termed >“bioorthogonal chemical reporter” (BOCR) strategy and LFQ-MS in order to analyze cell surface sialoglycoproteins in cells derived from GBM tumor patients.

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