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Palaeoproteomic Profiling of Conservation Layers on a 14th Century Italian Wall Painting

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Palaeoproteomic Profiling of Conservation Layers on a 14th Century Italian Wall Painting. / Mackie, Meaghan Emma; Rüther, Patrick Leopold; Samodova, Diana; Di Gianvincenzo, Fabiana; Granzotto, Clara; Lyon, David; Peggie, David A.; Howard, Helen; Harrison, Lynne; Jensen, Lars Juhl; Olsen, Jesper Velgaard; Cappellini, Enrico.

I: Angewandte Chemie (International ed. in English), Bind 57, Nr. 25, 2018, s. 7369-7374.

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Mackie, ME, Rüther, PL, Samodova, D, Di Gianvincenzo, F, Granzotto, C, Lyon, D, Peggie, DA, Howard, H, Harrison, L, Jensen, LJ, Olsen, JV & Cappellini, E 2018, 'Palaeoproteomic Profiling of Conservation Layers on a 14th Century Italian Wall Painting', Angewandte Chemie (International ed. in English), bind 57, nr. 25, s. 7369-7374. https://doi.org/10.1002/anie.201713020

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Mackie, M. E., Rüther, P. L., Samodova, D., Di Gianvincenzo, F., Granzotto, C., Lyon, D., ... Cappellini, E. (2018). Palaeoproteomic Profiling of Conservation Layers on a 14th Century Italian Wall Painting. Angewandte Chemie (International ed. in English), 57(25), 7369-7374. https://doi.org/10.1002/anie.201713020

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Mackie ME, Rüther PL, Samodova D, Di Gianvincenzo F, Granzotto C, Lyon D o.a. Palaeoproteomic Profiling of Conservation Layers on a 14th Century Italian Wall Painting. Angewandte Chemie (International ed. in English). 2018;57(25):7369-7374. https://doi.org/10.1002/anie.201713020

Author

Mackie, Meaghan Emma ; Rüther, Patrick Leopold ; Samodova, Diana ; Di Gianvincenzo, Fabiana ; Granzotto, Clara ; Lyon, David ; Peggie, David A. ; Howard, Helen ; Harrison, Lynne ; Jensen, Lars Juhl ; Olsen, Jesper Velgaard ; Cappellini, Enrico. / Palaeoproteomic Profiling of Conservation Layers on a 14th Century Italian Wall Painting. I: Angewandte Chemie (International ed. in English). 2018 ; Bind 57, Nr. 25. s. 7369-7374.

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title = "Palaeoproteomic Profiling of Conservation Layers on a 14th Century Italian Wall Painting",
abstract = "Ahead of display, a non-original layer was observed on the surface of a fragment of a wall painting by Ambrogio Lorenzetti (active 1319, died 1348/9). FTIR analysis suggested proteinaceous content. Mass spectrometry was used to better characterise this layer and revealed two protein components: sheep and cow glue and chicken and duck egg white. Analysis of post-translational modifications detected several photo-oxidation products, which suggest that the egg experienced prolonged exposure to UV light and was likely applied long before the glue layer. Additionally, glycation products detected may indicate naturally occurring glycoprotein degradation or reaction with a carbohydrate material such as starch, identified by ATR-FTIR in a cross-section of a sample taken from the painting. Palaeoproteomics is shown to provide detailed characterisation of organic layers associated with mural paintings and therefore aids reconstruction of the conservation history of these objects.",
author = "Mackie, {Meaghan Emma} and R{\"u}ther, {Patrick Leopold} and Diana Samodova and {Di Gianvincenzo}, Fabiana and Clara Granzotto and David Lyon and Peggie, {David A.} and Helen Howard and Lynne Harrison and Jensen, {Lars Juhl} and Olsen, {Jesper Velgaard} and Enrico Cappellini",
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AU - Rüther, Patrick Leopold

AU - Samodova, Diana

AU - Di Gianvincenzo, Fabiana

AU - Granzotto, Clara

AU - Lyon, David

AU - Peggie, David A.

AU - Howard, Helen

AU - Harrison, Lynne

AU - Jensen, Lars Juhl

AU - Olsen, Jesper Velgaard

AU - Cappellini, Enrico

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N2 - Ahead of display, a non-original layer was observed on the surface of a fragment of a wall painting by Ambrogio Lorenzetti (active 1319, died 1348/9). FTIR analysis suggested proteinaceous content. Mass spectrometry was used to better characterise this layer and revealed two protein components: sheep and cow glue and chicken and duck egg white. Analysis of post-translational modifications detected several photo-oxidation products, which suggest that the egg experienced prolonged exposure to UV light and was likely applied long before the glue layer. Additionally, glycation products detected may indicate naturally occurring glycoprotein degradation or reaction with a carbohydrate material such as starch, identified by ATR-FTIR in a cross-section of a sample taken from the painting. Palaeoproteomics is shown to provide detailed characterisation of organic layers associated with mural paintings and therefore aids reconstruction of the conservation history of these objects.

AB - Ahead of display, a non-original layer was observed on the surface of a fragment of a wall painting by Ambrogio Lorenzetti (active 1319, died 1348/9). FTIR analysis suggested proteinaceous content. Mass spectrometry was used to better characterise this layer and revealed two protein components: sheep and cow glue and chicken and duck egg white. Analysis of post-translational modifications detected several photo-oxidation products, which suggest that the egg experienced prolonged exposure to UV light and was likely applied long before the glue layer. Additionally, glycation products detected may indicate naturally occurring glycoprotein degradation or reaction with a carbohydrate material such as starch, identified by ATR-FTIR in a cross-section of a sample taken from the painting. Palaeoproteomics is shown to provide detailed characterisation of organic layers associated with mural paintings and therefore aids reconstruction of the conservation history of these objects.

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