Proteome turnover in bacteria: current status for Corynebacterium glutamicum and related bacteria

Trötschel C, Albaum S, Poetsch A (2013)
Microbial biotechnology: 708-719.

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With the advent of high-resolution mass spectrometry together with sophisticated data analysis and interpretation algorithms, determination of protein synthesis and degradation rates (i.e. protein turnover) on a proteome-wide scale by employing stable isotope-labelled amino acids has become feasible. These dynamic data provide a deeper understanding of protein homeostasis and stress response mechanisms in microorganisms than well-established 'steady state' proteomics approaches. In this article, we summarize the technological challenges and solutions both on the biochemistry/mass spectrometry and bioinformatics level for turnover proteomics with a focus on chromatographic techniques. Although the number of available case studies for Corynebacterium glutamicum and related actinobacteria is still very limited, our review illustrates the potential of protein turnover studies for an improved understanding of questions in the area of biotechnology and biomedicine. Here, new insights from investigations of growth phase transition and different stress dynamics including iron, acid and heat stress for pathogenic but also for industrial actinobacteria are presented. Finally, we will comment on the advantages of integrated software solutions for biologists and briefly discuss the remaining technical challenges and upcoming possibilities for protein turnover analysis.
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Trötschel C, Albaum S, Poetsch A. Proteome turnover in bacteria: current status for Corynebacterium glutamicum and related bacteria. Microbial biotechnology. 2013:708-719.
Trötschel, C., Albaum, S., & Poetsch, A. (2013). Proteome turnover in bacteria: current status for Corynebacterium glutamicum and related bacteria. Microbial biotechnology, 708-719.
Trötschel, C., Albaum, S., and Poetsch, A. (2013). Proteome turnover in bacteria: current status for Corynebacterium glutamicum and related bacteria. Microbial biotechnology, 708-719.
Trötschel, C., Albaum, S., & Poetsch, A., 2013. Proteome turnover in bacteria: current status for Corynebacterium glutamicum and related bacteria. Microbial biotechnology, , p 708-719.
C. Trötschel, S. Albaum, and A. Poetsch, “Proteome turnover in bacteria: current status for Corynebacterium glutamicum and related bacteria”, Microbial biotechnology, 2013, pp. 708-719.
Trötschel, C., Albaum, S., Poetsch, A.: Proteome turnover in bacteria: current status for Corynebacterium glutamicum and related bacteria. Microbial biotechnology. 708-719 (2013).
Trötschel, Christian, Albaum, Stefan, and Poetsch, Ansgar. “Proteome turnover in bacteria: current status for Corynebacterium glutamicum and related bacteria”. Microbial biotechnology (2013): 708-719.
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