Plant Proteomics: Technologies, Strategies, and Applications

Plant Proteomics: Technologies, Strategies, and Applications

Editor(s): Ganesh Kumar Agrawal, Randeep Rakwal

Published Online: 7 JAN 2008

Print ISBN: 9780470069769

Online ISBN: 9780470369630

DOI: 10.1002/9780470369630

About this Book

Confidently face the challenges of proteomics research specific to plant science with the information in Plant Proteomics, which will introduce you to the techniques and methodologies required for the study of representative plant species. Read about proteomics studies in Arabidopsis, rice, and legumes and find information about common technologies like mass spectrometry and gel electrophoresis. Discover expression proteomics, functional proteomics, structural proteomics, bioinformatics, and systems biology, understand how to conduct proteomics studies in developing countries and underfunded laboratories, and gain access to guidelines for sample preparation.

Table of contents

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  1. Part I: Technologies

    1. Chapter 2

      Gel-Based Proteomics (pages 9–31)

      Pier Giorgio Righetti, Paolo Antonioli, Carolina Simò and Attilio Citterio

    2. Chapter 4

      Chemical Proteomics (pages 47–59)

      Miriam C. Hagenstein, Olaf Kruse and Norbert Sewald

  2. Part II: Computational Proteomics

  3. Part III: Expression Proteomics

    1. Chapter 12

      Proteomics of Legume Plants (pages 179–189)

      Satish Nagaraj, Zhentian Lei, Bonnie Watson and Lloyd W. Sumner

    2. Chapter 14

      Endosperm and Amyloplast Proteomes of Wheat Grain (pages 207–222)

      William J. Hurkman, William H. Vensel, Frances M. Dupont, Susan B. Altenbach and Bob B. Buchanan

    3. Chapter 15

      Root Proteome (pages 223–237)

      Kuo-Chen Yeh, Chyi-Chuann Chen and Chuan-Ming Yeh

    4. Chapter 16

      Leaf Proteome (pages 239–248)

      Bin Kang, Shuyang Tu, Jiyuan Zhang and Siqi Liu

  4. Part IV: Organelle Proteomics

    1. Chapter 20

      Cell Wall (pages 291–307)

      Elisabeth Jamet, Hervé Canut, Cécile Albenne, Georges Boudart and Rafael Pont-Lezica

    2. Chapter 22

      Nucleus (pages 327–338)

      Subhra Chakraborty, Aarti Pandey, Asis Datta and Niranjan Chakraborty

    3. Chapter 23

      Chloroplast (pages 339–349)

      Thomas Kieselbach and Wolfgang P. Schröder

    4. Chapter 24

      Etioplast (pages 351–360)

      Anne von Zychlinski, Sonja Reiland, Wilhelm Gruissem and Sacha Baginsky

    5. Chapter 26

      Peroxisome (pages 377–389)

      Yuko Arai, Youichiro Fukao, Makoto Hayashi and Mikio Nishimura

    6. Chapter 28

      Oil Bodies (pages 407–417)

      Pascale Jolivet, Luc Negroni, Sabine d'andréa and Thierry Chardot

  5. Part V: Modification Proteomics

  6. Part VI: Multiprotein Complex

  7. Part VII: Plant Defense and Stress

  8. Part VIII: Structural Proteomics

  9. Part IX: Other Topics in Plant Proteomics

    1. Chapter 47

      Proteomics in Developing Countries (pages 713–729)

      Nat N. V. Kav, Sanjeeva Srivastava, William Yajima and Shakir Ali

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