The present work reports the first comprehensive proteomic profiling and qualitative comparison of metabolic and Chloroform-Methanol (CM)-like protein fractions extracted from mature kernels of two old Sicilian durum wheat landraces, Russello and Timilia Reste Bianche (Timilia RB), and Simeto, an improved durum wheat variety widespread in Italy and other Mediterranean countries and chosen as representative of the most widely commercial cultivars. The data are discussed in the related research article “Qualitative proteomic comparison of metabolic and CM-like protein fractions in old and modern wheat Italian genotypes by a shotgun approach” . The results of this work could be used for in vitro investigations to understand the relationship between protein profiles of old and modern wheat genotypes and their potential benefits for human consumption.
- Old and modern wheat genotypes
- High resolution mass spectrometry
- Proteome analysis
- Food and nutrition