Holman

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...]

Double standards in proteomics

Richard J. Bennett, Deborah M. Simpson, Stephen W. Holman, Sheila Ryan, Philip Brownridge, Claire E. Eyers, John Colyer, Robert J. Beynon (2017) DOSCATs: Double standards for protein quantification [PDF] [PUBMED] [Abstract...]

The F factor! F for 'flyability'!

Jarnuczak AF, Lee DC, Lawless C, Holman SW, Eyers CE, Hubbard SJ. (2016) Analysis of Intrinsic Peptide Detectability via Integrated Label-Free and SRM-Based Absolute Quantitative Proteomics. [PDF][PUBMED]

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Complexity of RelA phosphorylation

Lanucara F, Lam C, Mann J, Monie TP, Colombo SA, Holman SW, Boyd J, Dange MC, Mann DA, White MR, Eyers CE. (2016) Dynamic phosphorylation of RelA on Ser42 and Ser45 in response to TNFα stimulation regulates DNA binding and transcription. [PDF] [PUBMED] [Abstract...]

The joys of running a training course!

A short article, written for the Biochemist, explaining the role of the Society in training provision and our experiences of running the Quantitative Proteomics Course [PDF] [Abstract...]

Improving the quality of turnover measurement

Stephen W. Holman, Dean E. Hammond, Deborah M. Simpson, John Waters, Jane L. Hurst and Robert J. Beynon (2016) Protein turnover measurement using selected reaction monitoring-mass spectrometry (SRM MS). [PUBMED] [PDF] [Abstract...]

Replical: engineered protein for improved proteomics workflows

Holman SW, McLean L, Eyers CE. (2016) RePLiCal: A QconCAT Protein for Retention Time Standardization in Proteomics Studies. [PUBMED] [PDF] [Abstract...]

The biggest absolute quantification study ever! A tale of 100 QconCATs for nearly 2,000 proteins

Lawless C, Holman SW, Brownridge P, Lanthaler K, Harman VM, Watkins R, Hammond DE, Miller RL, Sims PF, Grant CM, Eyers CE, Beynon RJ, Hubbard SJ. (2016) Direct and Absolute Quantification of over 1800 Yeast Proteins via Selected Reaction Monitoring. [Abstract...]

It is worth adding DMSO to the mobile phase?

Dominika Strzeleckaa, Stephen W. Holman, Claire E. Eyers (2015) Evaluation of dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) as a mobile phase additive during top 3 label-free quantitative proteomics. [PDF] [PUBMED] [Abstract...]

SRM data standards

Da Qi, Craig Lawless, Johan Teleman,Fredrik Levander, Stephen W. Holman, Simon Hubbard and Andrew Jones (2015) The representation of selected-reaction monitoring data in the mzQuantML data standard. [PUBMED][PDF] [Abstract...]

Ion mobility review

Lanucara F, Holman SW, Gray CJ, Eyers CE. (2014) The power of ion mobility-mass spectrometry for structural characterization and the study of conformational dynamics. [PDF] [PUBMED] [Abstract...]

Who's got the biggest workload? Analysis of chaperone abundance and workload

Brownridge P, Lawless C, Payapilly AB, Lanthaler K, Holman SW, Harman VM, Grant CM, Beynon RJ, Hubbard SJ. Quantitative analysis of chaperone network throughput in budding yeast (2012). [PUBMED][PDF] [Abstract...]