Eight Assemblage A strains from the protozoan parasite Giardia duodenalis were analysed using label-free quantitative shotgun proteomics, to evaluate inter- and intra-assemblage variation and complement available genetic and transcriptomic data. Isolates were grown in biological triplicate in axenic culture, and protein extracts were subjected to in-solution digest and online fractionation using Gas Phase Fractionation (GPF). Recent reclassification of genome databases for subassemblages was evaluated for database-dependent loss of information, and proteome composition of different isolates was analysed for biologically relevant assemblage-independent variation. The data from this study are related to the research article ". Quantitative proteomics analysis of Giardia duodenalis Assemblage A - a baseline for host, assemblage and isolate variation" published in Proteomics (Emery et al., 2015 ).
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- Assemblage A
- Giardia duodenalis
- Label-free quantitative shotgun proteomics
- Variant Surface Protein
- Variable genome
- Parasite proteomics