We will also evaluate the
protein acetylation profile after in vitro and in vivo treatment with aspirin in those diabetic patients and controls. These experiments will help us to delineate the impact of protein glycation on the acetylation potency of aspirin as well as the putative prevention of aspirin in inhibiting protein glycation. This bioinformatics and network-biology (systems biology) will be supported through several layers of essential information, data and knowledge. Protein information required for analysis of datasets will be obtained from UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot, that contains high quality, manually curated functional data on Dasatinib all proteins of interest to the HDPP consortium. This data is complemented by additional information available in neXtProt, a human-specific knowledge resource that provides data provided by third party databases in addition to those available in UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot, including HPA  and Bgee , of high relevance to HUPO and HDPP. The
bioinformatics group of HDPP will specifically support HDPP by including datasets provided by HUPO-projects and initiatives, including the data from the HDPP itself. In order to maximize the access to experimental datasets, the ProteomeXchange mechanism will be used as main channel for high quality datasets maintenance. Disease initiatives are translational in nature and only a worldwide international constellation of expertise can deliver the breadth and depth of translational
knowledge, such as targeted by the HPP. The project will be multidisciplinary http://www.selleckchem.com/products/uk-371804-hcl.html and executed based on a solid collaboration between universities, hospitals, institutes, large-scale enterprises, and – potentially – SMEs. The challenging objectives defined in the present diabetes application are not achievable by any one partner in isolation because of the complementary expertise only being accessible through the present consortium. All partners are experts in their respectively assigned PtdIns(3,4)P2 work packages. The integration into the overarching HPP initiative will favor collaborations and exchange of information across all C-HPP and B/D-HPP initiatives. Results obtained by the consortium will be disseminated through ProteomeXchange and PRIDE into Human Proteome/Diabetes repositories. They will further be published in peer-reviewed journals and at international conferences and workshops. The results will be used in educational activities such as student courses, as well as M.Sc. and Ph.D. projects. An (External) Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) will be formed, which will include key players in the field of diabetes and network biology as well as members of other HPP initiatives. The HDPP initiative has been started to combine and leverage a high level of uniquely complementary expertise in the field of diabetes and its associated complications.