High-Throughput Proteomics: A New Tool for Quality and Safety in Fishery Products

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Volume 16, 8 Issues, 2015

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High-Throughput Proteomics: A New Tool for Quality and Safety in Fishery Products

Current Protein & Peptide Science, 15(2): 118-133.

Author(s): Sara Tedesco, William Mullen and Susana Cristobal.

Affiliation: Department of Clinical and Experimental Medicine, Health Science Faculty, Linkoping University, Linkoping, Sweden.


In order to cope with the increasing demand for fishery products, sensitive technological tools are required to ensure high quality and wholesomeness and to monitor their production process in a sustainable manner while complying with the strict standards imposed by regulatory authorities. Proteomics may assist the industry as it allows an unbiased approach in the discovery of biomarkers that could be used to increase our understanding of different biological, physiological and ecological aspects that may be advantageous in optimizing quality and safety in aquatic species. The aim of this review is to highlight the potential of cost-effective high-throughput technologies, such as those offered by proteomics using "on-line" mass spectrometry to improve the efficiency of the industry in identifying biomarkers relevant for safe high quality products.


Biomarker, fishery, food quality, mass spectrometry, proteomics, safety, seafood, traceability.

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Article Details

Volume: 15
Issue Number: 2
First Page: 118
Last Page: 133
Page Count: 16
DOI: 10.2174/1389203715666140221120219

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