PROTEOMICS

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Edited By: Michael J. Dunn

Impact Factor: 3.973

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 14/78 (BIOCHEMICAL RESEARCH METHODS); 87/291 (Biochemistry & Molecular Biology)

Online ISSN: 1615-9861

Associated Title(s): PROTEOMICS - Clinical Applications

Featured Articles

  • A ‘Lonely Hearts’ website for proteins!? Must have GSOH and an engaging personality!

    A ‘Lonely Hearts’ website for proteins!?  Must have GSOH and an engaging personality!

    A web-tool for visualizing quantitative protein-protein interaction data by James D. R. Knight, Guomin Liu, Jian Ping Zhang, Adrian Pasculescu et al.

  • No more pesky peaks - A better view of the proteomic vista from sea level?!

    No more pesky peaks - A better view of the proteomic vista from sea level?!

    Streaming visualisation of quantitative mass spectrometry data based on a novel raw signal decomposition method by Yan Zhang, Ranjeet Bhamber, Isabel Riba-Garcia, Hanqing Liao et al.

  • Quotes from proteomic history: “Veni, Vidi, Visualised!” - Maximus Quanticus!

    Quotes from proteomic history:  “Veni, Vidi, Visualised!” - Maximus Quanticus!

    Visualization of LC-MS/MS proteomics data in MaxQuant by Stefka Tyanova, Tikira Temu, Arthur Carlson, Pavel Sinitcyn et al.

  • Signalling a change in target discovery - A catch-all approach for ALL!

    Signalling a change in target discovery - A catch-all approach for ALL!

    Kinase activity profiling reveals active signal transduction pathways in pediatric acute lymphoblastic leukemia; a new approach for target discovery by Naomi E van der Sligte, Frank JG Scherpen, Tiny GJ Meeuwsen – de Boer, Harm Jan Lourens et al.

  • Cutting a SWATH through protein quantification - Towards ‘big numbers’ with DIA!

    Cutting a SWATH through protein quantification - Towards ‘big numbers’ with DIA!

    SWATH enables precise label-free quantification on proteome scale by Qiang Huang, Lu Yang, Ji Luo, Lin Guo et al.

  • For a modified story, start at the end to get ahead

    For a modified story, start at the end to get ahead

    C-terminomics: targeted analysis of natural and post-translationally modified protein and peptide C-termini by Sebastian Tanco, Kris Gevaert and Petra Damme

  • A ‘Lonely Hearts’ website for proteins!?  Must have GSOH and an engaging personality!
  • No more pesky peaks - A better view of the proteomic vista from sea level?!
  • Quotes from proteomic history:  “Veni, Vidi, Visualised!” - Maximus Quanticus!
  • Signalling a change in target discovery - A catch-all approach for ALL!
  • Cutting a SWATH through protein quantification - Towards ‘big numbers’ with DIA!
  • For a modified story, start at the end to get ahead

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Reviews Issue Free OnlineThis issue of PROTEOMICS contains the 2014 collection of review articles covering various aspects of proteomics technologies and their application in the biosciences — an excellent way for both relative newcomers and experts to keep abreast of developments in the field...

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