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DB was then queried with all members of this BIN in the ‘multigene query’ mode, to check whether these genes corespond in general. 1, these genes were found to be strongly co-regulated over a set of 51 microarrays obtained from various treatments. This suggests that these genes share a common regulatory pathway, for which various signals, such as alterations in the carbon status, are integrated upstream. Indeed, this rather simple example confirms that co-responding genes can be functionally related.
This is only possible if the used ontology is of high quality. 3, only MAPMAN makes use of a manually curated gene ontology that was especially developed for visual pathway analysis. Other tools use publicly available ontologies such as GO, KEGG and MIPS, which suffer from a non-intuitive structure, electronic annotation mistakes and redundant functional assignments [70, 87–89]. Untargeted discovery of functional modules and functional association of unknown genes depends on a flexible user-driven display, as only the abandonment of known pathway structures and a visual re-arrangement of the gene display can reveal new regulatory coherences.
The chapter will begin with a very brief overview of the basic methodologies of proteomics and will then review a series of different proteomic approaches that have relevance to control of metabolism. The first of these is quantitative proteomics, which seeks to determine change in protein abundance in relation to different physiological or genetic perturbations. The second approach concerns the issue of protein localization, and the impact of the growing catalog of different organellar proteomes will be reviewed.