SIESTA as a universal unbiased proteomics approach for identification and prioritization of enzyme substrates [post]

Amir Ata Saei, Christian M. Beusch, Pierre Sabatier, Juan Astorga Wells, Hassan Gharibi, Zhaowei Meng, Alexey Chernobrovkin, Sergey Rodin, Katja Näreoja, Ann-Gerd Thorsell, Tobias Karlberg, Qing Cheng (+6 others)
2021 unpublished
This protocol describes the proteomics technique called System-wide Identification and prioritization of Enzyme Substrates by Thermal Analysis or SIESTA 1,2. SIESTA can be used for universal discovery of enzyme substrates that shift in thermal stability or solubility upon post-translational modification (PTM). Experimental design, proteomics sample preparation and data analysis are the key stages of this protocol. Data analysis can be performed using our SIESTA package hosted on GitHub 3. When
more » ... erformed with classical thermal proteome profiling (TPP), the protocol will take 5 days for sample preparation and 14 days of sample analysis by mass spectrometry (the current protocol). If our high-throughput version of TPP called Proteome Integral Solubility Alteration assay (PISA) 4 is used instead, the sample analysis time by mass spectrometry is reduced to 1-2 days for the same number of conditions.
doi:10.21203/rs.3.pex-1327/v1 fatcat:vmlz3wlscvfpjaduzsmebo7vlu