Development of wide-field proteomics methods for water fingerprinting applied to public health

Thomas Watkinson, Barbara Kasprzyk-Hordern

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Abstract

Proteomic analysis of serum and urine is well established for identification of biomarkers of disease. Most notably for cancer markers such as increases in prostate specific antigen (PSA) but also for biomarkers of inflammation, such as C-reactive protein (CRP). These methods are man power-intensive in acquisition and analysis of samples, as a result of the need for individual samples from thousands of study participants. Wastewater-based epidemiology (WBE) is a growing field that aims to survey larger populations with more streamlined analyses. WBE approach has been applied previously to study small molecules, determining the spatial and temporal differences in the use of drugs of abuse, for example. However, the approach being applied to identification of protein material is yet to be explored. The following project aims to develop a non-biased and wide reaching method for proteomic analysis of wastewater directed towards community-wide public health concerns, such as spread of infection. Protein components are to be separated from other material present in wastewater, enzymatically digested and analysed using liquid chromatography in conjunction with highresolution (Quadrupole-Time-of-Flight, QToF) mass spectrometry. Such a method provides unique advantages in that data is not biased, is able to identify a large array of species simultaneously and can be retrospectively re-analysed following future identification of new biomarkers. Early phases of the project will focus on identification and quantitation of clinically recognised proteins related to inflammation/infection responses and potentially progress to identification of species from a large database.
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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTesting the waters 2017, Wastewater-based epidemiology: current applications and future perspectives, 3rd international conference
Publication statusPublished - 2017
EventTesting the Waters 2017: 3rd International Conference on Wastewater-based Epidermology - Lisbon Congress Centre , Lisbon , Portugal
Duration: 26 Oct 201727 Oct 2017
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ConferenceTesting the Waters 2017: 3rd International Conference on Wastewater-based Epidermology
CountryPortugal
CityLisbon
Period26/10/1727/10/17
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Public health
Wastewater
Biomarkers
Epidemiology
Water
Proteins
Liquid chromatography
Street Drugs
Prostate-Specific Antigen
C-Reactive Protein
Mass spectrometry
Molecules
Proteomics

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Watkinson, T., & Kasprzyk-Hordern, B. (2017). Development of wide-field proteomics methods for water fingerprinting applied to public health. In Testing the waters 2017, Wastewater-based epidemiology: current applications and future perspectives, 3rd international conference

Development of wide-field proteomics methods for water fingerprinting applied to public health. / Watkinson, Thomas; Kasprzyk-Hordern, Barbara.

Testing the waters 2017, Wastewater-based epidemiology: current applications and future perspectives, 3rd international conference. 2017.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Watkinson, T & Kasprzyk-Hordern, B 2017, Development of wide-field proteomics methods for water fingerprinting applied to public health. in Testing the waters 2017, Wastewater-based epidemiology: current applications and future perspectives, 3rd international conference. Testing the Waters 2017: 3rd International Conference on Wastewater-based Epidermology , Lisbon , Portugal, 26/10/17.
Watkinson T, Kasprzyk-Hordern B. Development of wide-field proteomics methods for water fingerprinting applied to public health. In Testing the waters 2017, Wastewater-based epidemiology: current applications and future perspectives, 3rd international conference. 2017
Watkinson, Thomas ; Kasprzyk-Hordern, Barbara. / Development of wide-field proteomics methods for water fingerprinting applied to public health. Testing the waters 2017, Wastewater-based epidemiology: current applications and future perspectives, 3rd international conference. 2017.
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