2019

Removal of journal titles

We are increasingly perturbed by the attitude that WHERE something is published seems to be more important that WHAT research was actually conducted. The obsession with so-called ‘prestige titles’ is devalueing the great majority of carefully conducted studies that provide the foundation upon which all science is based.

We have therefore decided to remove journal titles from the outward description of our published work. You can read the title and the abstract, to decide whether this is a research paper you wish to read, rather than dismissing a paper as ‘not in the best journals’. You might say that this is not an issue, but tell that to those reading CV’s and conducting job interviews.
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Zap the crap! Using REIMS to obtain valuable information from animal faeces


Davidson NB, Koch NI, Sarsby J, Jones E, Hurst JL, Beynon RJ. (2019) Rapid identification of species, sex and maturity by mass spectrometric analysis of animal faeces. [
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Discovery and definition of non-canonical phosphorylation

Gemma Hardman , Simon Perkins , Philip Brownridge, Christopher J. Clarke , Dominic P. Byrne, Amy E. Campbell , Anton Kalyuzhnyy , Ashleigh Myall , Patrick A. Eyers , Andrew R. Jones and Claire E. Eyers (2019) Strong anion exchange-mediated phosphoproteomics reveals extensive human non-canonical phosphorylation [PUBMED] [PDF] [Abstract...]

Detailed protein analysis of the rat MUP complex

Guadalupe Gómez-Baena, Stuart D. Armstrong, Josiah O. Halstead, Mark Prescott, Sarah A. Roberts, Lynn McLean, Jonathan M. Mudge, Jane L. Hurst & Robert J. Beynon (2019) Molecular complexity of the major urinary protein system of the Norway rat, Rattus norvegicus. [PUBMED] [PDF] [Abstract...]

Proteomics of hippocampus in elipepsy

Karen Tse, Dean Hammond, Deborah Simpson, Robert J Beynon, Edward Beamer, Michael Tymianski, Michael W Salter, Graeme J Sills, Thimmasettappa Thippeswamy (2019) The impact of postsynaptic density 95 blocking peptide (Tat‐NR2B9c) and an iNOS inhibitor (1400W) on proteomic profile of the hippocampus in C57BL/6J mouse model of kainate‐induced epileptogenesis [PUBMED] [PDF] [Abstract...]

Role of RNA polymerase III through proteomics

Roza Szatkowska, Manuel Garcia-Albornoz,*, Katarzyna Roszkowska, Stephen W. Holman, Emil Furmanek, Simon J. Hubbard, Robert J. Beynon and Malgorzata Adamczyk (2019) Glycolytic flux in Saccharomyces cerevisiae is dependent on RNA polymerase III and its negative regulator Maf1 [PUBMED] [PDF] [Abstract...]

Heparin binding proteome

Quentin M. Nunes, Dunhao Su, Philip J. Brownridge, Deborah M. Simpson, Changye Sun, Yong Li, Thao P. Bui, Xiaoying Zhang, Wei Huang, Daniel J. Rigden, Robert J. Beynon, Robert Sutton, David G. Fernig (2019) The heparin-binding proteome in normal pancreas and murine experimental acute pancreatitis [PUBMED] [PDF] [Abstract...]

Proteomics of canine ligament progenitors

Katie J Lee, Eithne J. Comerford, Deborah M. Simpson, Peter D. Clegg, and Elizabeth G Canty-Laird (2019) Identification and characterisation of canine ligament progenitor cells and their extracellular matrix niche [PUBMED] [PDF] [Abstract...]

Secretome analysis of cancer cells

J. Dinesh Kumar, Iman Aolymat, Laszlo Tiszlavicz, Zita Reisz, Hanan M. Garalla, Rob Beynon, Deborah Simpson, Graham J. Dockray and Andrea Varro (2019) Chemerin acts via CMKLR1 and GPR1 to stimulate migration and invasion of gastric cancer cells: putative role of decreased TIMP-1 and TIMP-2 [PUBMED] [PDF] [Abstract...]

Myoblast phosphoproteomics

Fiona K. Jones, Gemma E. Hardman, Samantha Ferries, Claire E. Eyers, and Addolorata Pisconti (2019) Myoblast Phosphoproteomics as a Tool to Investigate Global Signaling Events During Myogenesis . [PUBMED] [PDF] [Abstract...]

Caught in a trap - proteomics of NETS

Elinor A. Chapman, Max Lyon, Deborah Simpson, David Mason, RobertJ.Beynon, RobertJ.Moots and HelenL.Wright (2019) Caught in a Trap? Proteomic Analysis of Neutrophil Extracellular Traps in Rheumatoid Arthritis and Systemic Lupus Erythematosus [PUBMED] [PDF] [Abstract...]

Synovial fluid proteomes

James R. Anderson, Aibek Smagul, Deborah Simpson, Peter D. Clegg, Luis M. Rubio-Martinez, Mandy J. Peffers (2019) The synovial fluid proteome differentiates between septic and nonseptic articular pathologies. [PUBMED] [PDF] [Abstract...]