Abstracts can be submitted to all fields of proteomics and should be assigned to one of the sections given below.
- Mass spectrometry
- Gel-free proteomics
- Gel-based protemics
- Bioinformatic tools
- New methods
Applications in fundamental plant biology
- Mass Spectrometry
- Gel-based Techniques
- Gel-free Techniques
- Quantitative Proteomics
- Translational Proteomics
- Subcellular Proteomics
- Bioinformatics Tools
- Protein Post-Translational Modifications
- Plant Growth and Development
- Environmental Proteomics
- Systems Biology
- Interpretation of Proteomics Data
Author's Guidelines for Abstracts
Each registered participant can submit one abstract. The presenting author of a lecture or poster has to be fully registered (including payment) for the congress before the submitted abstract will be evaluated by the scientific committee.
All abstract text must be in English (all oral and poster presentations must also be in English)
Abstracts should be arranged as shown in example abstract bellow. The body text including references should contain 1500 characters as maximum (including spaces). Submissions will be published in the abstract book.
Together with the submission of an abstract, authors should state their preference for an oral or poster presentation. Authors will be notified about the acceptance as either oral or poster presentation in August 2016.
Submitted abstracts may be edited or withdraw until the July 31, 2016.
Abstracts should be submitted using INPPO2016 web tool available here.
The analysis of Flax Seeds Harvested from Chernobyl area with Increased Oil Content
Katarína Klubicová1, Maksym Danchenko1,3, Ludovit Skultety4, Valentyna V. Berezhna3, Namik M. Rashydov3, and Martin Hajduch1,2,4
1Institute of Plant Genetics and Biotechnology, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Akademicka 2, P.O. Box 39A, Nitra 95007, Slovakia
2 Institute of Chemistry, Center of Excellence for White-Green Biotechnology, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Trieda Andreja Hlinku 2, Nitra 94976, Slovakia
3 Institute of Cell Biology and Genetic Engineering, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv 03680, Ukraine
4 Institute of Virology, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Dubravska cesta 9, Bratislava 84505, Slovakia
We investigated seed development of flax (Linum usitatissimum, L. variety Kyivskyi) grown in radio-contaminated and non-radioactive experimental fields located in Chernobyl area since 20071. Surprisingly, Chernobyl environment resulted into 12% increased oil content in mature seeds. In order to elucidate molecular bases for such increase, flax seeds of second generation were harvested at 2, 4, 6 weeks after flowering and maturity stage and analyzed using 2-D gel electrophoresis (pH 5-8 strips) followed by LC-MS/MS. Our results indicate significantly increased abundance of proteins associated with carbon assimilation and fatty acid metabolism in early stages of seed development what is in concordance with increased level of seed oil. Increased abundance of seed storage proteins confirms data obtained from previous analyses. The updated model for plant adaptation toward a radioactive contamination based on these and previous results was suggested.
1 Klubicová K, Danchenko M, Skultety L, Miernyk JA, Rashydov NM, Berezhna VV, Pret'ová A, Hajduch M. 2010 Proteomics analysis of flax grown in Chernobyl area suggests limited effect of contaminated environment on seed proteome. Environ Sci Technol. 44(18):6940-6.
The research was supported by the Slovak republic and the Development Agency (APVV-0740-11)