Proteomics for Pancreatic Cancer Tissues from Patients

Table 3 shows the proteins up-regulated or down-regulated in pancreatic cancer tissues. Shen et al. reported that, in pancreatic cancer tissues, expressions of Mn-SOD, S100A8, annexin A4, cathepsin D, 14-3-3 zeta, tropomyosin 2, actin, ferritin light chain, alpha-enolase, galectin-1, and cyclophilin A increased, and that those of peroxiredoxin

Table 3

Increased or Decreased Proteins in Pancreatic Cancer Tissues from Patients



Actin, beta and gamma Annexin A4 Apo A-I precursor Alpha-enolase

Carboxypeptidase A1 Carboxypeptidase A2 DJ-1


Calmodulin Cathepsin D

Neuropolypeptide h3 Peroxiredoxin II

Cyclophilin A Ferritin light subunit GAPDH Galectin-1

Glutathione S-transferase MnSOD

Protein disulfide isomerase A3 precursor

S100A8 (CalgranulinA)


Triosephosphate isomerase Tropomyosin 2 14-3-3 zeta

II, DJ-1, HSC 54, carboxypeptidase A1, carboxypeptidase A2, and neuropolypeptide h3 decreased (36). Table 3 shows the summary of the proteins whose expression was different between pancreatic cancer tissues and non-cancerous tissues.

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