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Changes in saliva of dogs with canine leishmaniosis: A proteomic approach

AuthorsFranco-Martínez, Lorena; Tvarijonaviciute, Asta; Horvatic, Anita; Guillemin, Nicolas; Bernal, Luis J.; Barie Rafaj, Renata; Cerón, José J.; Thomas, María del Carmen; López López, Manuel Carlos; Tecles, Fernando; Martínez-Subiela, Silvia; Mrljak, Vladimir
Gel-free proteomics
Tandem mass tag
Issue DateAug-2019
CitationVeterinary Parasitology
AbstractIn the present study, a quantitative proteomic approach to study changes in saliva proteins associated with canine leishmaniosis (CanL) was performed. For this, canine salivary proteins were analysed and compared between dogs before (TO) and after (T1) experimental infection with Leishmania infantum by high-throughput label-based quantitative LC-MS/MS proteomic approach and bioinformatic analysis of the in silico inferred interactome protein network was created from the initial list of differential proteins. More than 2000 proteins were identified, and of the 90 differentially expressed proteins between TO and T1, 12 were down-regulated with log2 fold change lower than -0.5849, and 19 were up-regulated with log2 fold change greater than 0.5849. This study provides evidence of changes in salivary proteome that can occur in canine leishmaniosis and revealed biological pathways in saliva modulated in canine leishmaniosis with potential for further targeted research.
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