Chemical modification of proteins by air pollutants and metaproteomic analysis of atmospheric aerosol samples by HPLC‐MS analyses

Fobang Liu
Proteins are a major component of bioaerosols and can account for several percent of air particulate matter. They may influence the climate and public health depending on their properties, e.g., hygroscopicity, molecular composition and structure. The interaction with anthropogenic air pollutants can modify their physical, chemical and biological properties, thus altering their climate and health effects. In particular, chemical modifications of proteins (e.g., nitration and cross‐linking) induced by air pollutants, have been linked to an...
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