Still looking for any up-to-date PDI 5.1 information. I was hoping that there was more information out there on the upcoming release of the PDI 5.1. I found some information on the IBM Redbooks site, but they don't talk about it as far as I can see. Does anyone know anything?
For what it's worth, I love the live portal, even though the java viewer is not working yet. It's great to test the connectivity and check the status of IBM software and drivers on the web. Don't forget to bookmark the page and use it throughout the night if you have problems. I can't get my work done without it!
Some Background - I gave a presentation to my staff on 5th May at NCAIL. It was a joint session with another company and I was there to represent IBM. I ran through a few simple demos and generally highlighted what we are seeing on the mainframe market and how our offering is being used. When the session was over I found myself the lone IBM representative - not a problem, but I had been told that later in the afternoon a representative from the other company would be there. When this chap arrived he was accompanied by another chap who was clearly an IBM rep.
Activation of protein kinase C (PKC) is a key step in the process of platelet activation by thrombin. We developed a functional proteomic screen, termed affinity proteomics, to identify proteins that activate PKC. This proteomic screen is based on the ability of activated PKC to autophosphorylate and specifically phosphorylate the substrate peptide of the affinity purification tag. The thrombin-stimulated phosphorylation of the affinity tag is followed by the expression of the tagged protein in COS-7 cells (a model for mammalian cells) and the subsequent affinity purification of the tagged protein. Finally, the phosphorylated peptides are identified by mass spectrometry.
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