Primary cultured human cell strains and cell lines are valuable bioresources for researches on cellular aging. The TMIG-2DPAGE Proteome Database is prepared for investigating molecular mechanisms involved in the cellular aging, aging-related diseases, and oxidative stress-induced cell damages.


2-D PAGE proteome database of TIG-3,
nornal human diploid fibroblasts,
for profiling in-vitro aging
(prepared in HTML)

2-D PAGE proteome database of
Werner's syndrome human skin fibroblasts
for profiling premature aging
(under construction)


2-D PAGE proteome database of SH-SY5Y,
human neuroblastoma cells
for profiling oxidative stress response
[Prepared in XML, powered by PHP+PostgreSQL]

2-D PAGE proteome database of HUVEC,
human umbilical vein endothelial cells
for profiling oxidative stress response
[Prepared in XML, powered by PHP+PostgreSQL]




TMIG standard methods in proteomics performed in TMIG Proteomics Collaboration Center



Web Sites for Proteomics

Societies for Proteomics