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Table 3 Most significantly differentially expressed protein components as characterized by mass:charge (m/z) value

From: Serum protein profiles as potential biomarkers for infectious disease status in pigs

Analysis
Infected vs controls PCV2/PPV vs
control
PCV2/PRRSV vs control PCV2/PPV,
PCV2/PRRSV, and
control
m/z q-value m/z q-value m/z q-value m/z q-value
5540 0.025 54287 0.055 5540 0.010 5540 0.034
8720 0.032 10602 0.158 8720 0.013 147239 0.034
54287 0.032 8565 0.209 147239 0.014 8720 0.034
8565z 0.032 80028 0.283 17175 0.019 8720 0.034
19966 0.034 8720 0.283 34135 0.019 34135 0.034
14540 0.034 187711 0.283 19966 0.019 54287 0.037
10436 0.037 2357 0.283 17171 0.019 64263 0.037
11021 0.037 10516 0.283 10436 0.019 187711 0.037
10726 0.037 10805 0.283 11021 0.019 5542 0.037
2357 0.042 27621 0.283 5542 0.019 8193 0.037
  1. The ten most significantly differently expressed protein components for four analyses as characterized by mass:charge (m/z) value with their q-value (in Daltons) are summarized. SELDI-TOF-MS Protein profiles were generated from three week old piglets experimentally infected with either a combination of PCV2 and PRRSV (PCV2/PRRSV), PCV2 and PPV (PCV2/PPV), or phosphate buffered saline (controls). The figures are based on SELDI-TOF-MS data from day five and 19 post infection combined. The overlap in protein components within different comparative analyses is due to the use of different SELDI-TOF-MS protein chip arrays.