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ID 113943
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Tominaga, Yuki HiPep Laboratories
Usui, Kenji Konan University
Hirata, Akiyoshi HiPep Laboratories
Nokihara, Kiyoshi HiPep Laboratories
Keywords
Periodontal disease
Statistical analysis
Microarray
Peptide-protein interaction
Protein fingerprint
Content Type
Journal Article
Description
A fundamental method has been developed focusing on a facile and rapid examination of periodontal disease. Periodontal disease is an oral disease thought to affect 80% of adults, and early detection with treatment is desirable for the improvement of the quality of life. Unfortunately conventional methods are not consistent as the disease is caused by a number of bacteria and detection relies on the skills of the dentist. Thus an objective detection system is required. We have performed an experiment on saliva using a novel biodetection system, designated PepTenChip®. A disease model for saliva was prepared using a specimen from a healthy subject and a mixture of hemoglobin (f-Hb) and lactate dehydrogenase (LDH), which is used as a periodontal disease marker protein with healthy saliva. PepTenChip® is a peptide microarray in which fluorescent labelled structured peptides are immobilized on a novel amorphous carbon substrate. Since the peptides used as capture molecules are fluorescently labelled, labeling of analytes is not necessary. The fluorescence intensity change before and after application of analytes are detected rather than the ON/OFF detection common to conventional microarrays using a set of antigen-antibody. The fluorescence intensity value changes according to the concentration of captured protein allowing the generation of protein fingerprint (PFP) and dendrograms. The present method does not rely on a "one to one" interaction, unlike conventional biodetection, and advantages can be envisaged in the case of an undefined or unknown cause of disease. The statistical analyses, such as multivariate analyses, allow classification of the type of proteins added in saliva as mimetics of disease. PepTenChip® system is useful and convenient for examination of periodontal disease in health care.
Journal Title
Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry
ISSN
09680896
NCID
AA10938083
AA11522681
Publisher
Elsevier
Volume
26
Issue
12
Start Page
3210
End Page
3216
Published Date
2018-04-24
Remark
日本語訳は軒原清史氏が作成
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© 2018. This manuscript version is made available under the CC-BY-NC-ND 4.0 license http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/
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Oral Sciences