Despite the fact the term "proteome" was proposed to characterize a set of proteins in one of mycoplasma species, proteome response to various exposures in this bacteria are still obscure. Commonly, authors studying proteomic response on perturbation models in mycoplasmas use single approach and do not confirm their findings by alternative methods. Consequently, the results of proteomic analysis should be validated by complementary techniques. In this study we utilized three complementary approaches (SWATH, MRM, 2D-DIGE) to assess response of Mycoplasma gallisepticum under heat stress on proteomic level and combined these findings with metabolic response and the results of transcriptional profiling. We divide response into two modes - one is directly related to heat stress and other is triggered during heat stress, but not directly relevant to it. The latter includes accumulation of ATP and shedding of antigens. Both of these phenomena may be relevant to evasion of host's immune system and dissemination during mycoplasmosis in vivo.