Proteomics

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Iridovirus and Microsporidian Linked to Honey Bee Colony Decline


ABSTRACT: this is the raw data accompanying the following publication: Bromenshenk JJ, Henderson CB, Wick CH, Stanford MF, Zulich AW, Jabbour RE, Deshpande SV, McCubbin PE, Seccomb RA, Welch PM, Williams T, Firth DR, Skowronski E, Lehmann MM, Bilimoria SL, Gress J, Wanner KW, Cramer RA Jr. Iridovirus and microsporidian linked to honey bee colony decline. PLoS One. 2010 Oct 6;5(10):e13181. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0013181. PubMed PMID: 20949138; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC2950847.

INSTRUMENT(S): LTQ

SUBMITTER: Cramer, Robert A. 

PROVIDER: MSV000078942 | MassIVE | Wed Nov 19 10:07:00 GMT 2014

SECONDARY ACCESSION(S): PXD001517

REPOSITORIES: MassIVE

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BACKGROUND:In 2010 Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD), again devastated honey bee colonies in the USA, indicating that the problem is neither diminishing nor has it been resolved. Many CCD investigations, using sensitive genome-based methods, have found small RNA bee viruses and the microsporidia, Nosema apis and N. ceranae in healthy and collapsing colonies alike with no single pathogen firmly linked to honey bee losses. METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPAL FINDINGS:We used Mass spectrometry-based proteomics (MSP  ...[more]

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