Uterine flushing proteome of the tammar wallaby
Cynthia Martin’s manuscript “Uterine flushing proteome of the tammar wallaby after reactivation from diapause.” was just accepted by the international journal Reproduction. The pre-press manuscript is available at http://www.reproduction-online.org/content/early/2016/08/01/REP-16-0154. The work is a collaboration between Cynthia, Chin Seng Ang, a proteomics specialist at Bio21, and her supervisors Geoff, David and Marilyn. This is the first study to investigate changes in uterine secretion profiles using extremely sensitive, cutting-edge LC-MS/MS approaches, and highlights some of the factors that may be involved in the regulation of embryonic diapause.
Pubmed Record: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27486272