PROTEOMICS

Cover image for Vol. 15 Issue 13

Edited By: Michael J. Dunn

Impact Factor: 3.807

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 17/79 (BIOCHEMICAL RESEARCH METHODS); 84/289 (Biochemistry & Molecular Biology)

Online ISSN: 1615-9861

Associated Title(s): PROTEOMICS - Clinical Applications

Featured Articles

  • No bull - Targeted proteomics targets the doping cheats!

    No bull - Targeted proteomics targets the doping cheats!

    Proteomics for the detection of indirect markers of steroids treatment in bovine muscle by Roberto Stella, Giancarlo Biancotto, Giorgio Arrigoni, Federica Barrucci et al.

  • Boost your electron transfer circuit with methyl-powered lysine!

    Boost your electron transfer circuit with methyl-powered lysine!

    Lysine methylation modulates the protein-protein interactions of yeast cytochrome c Cyc1p by Daniel L. Winter, Dhanushi Abeygunawardena, Gene Hart-Smith, Melissa A. Erce and Marc R. Wilkins.

  • Periostin defines the cut point in bone cancer

    Periostin defines the cut point in bone cancer

    Identification of novel biomarker candidates for immunohistochemical diagnosis to distinguish low-grade chondrosarcoma from enchondroma by Xianyin Lai and Shaoxiong Chen.

  • Aggressive orphan makes more changes than expected in new home!

    Aggressive orphan makes more changes than expected in new home!

    Comparative proteomic analyses of two reovirus T3D subtypes and comparison to T1L identifies multiple novel proteins in key cellular pathogenic pathways by Alicia R. Berard, Alberto Severini and Kevin M. Coombs

  • Profiling viral infections with a programmable protein vending machine!

    Profiling viral infections with a programmable protein vending machine!

    Anti-Viral Antibody Profiling by High Density Protein Arrays by Xiaofang Bian, Peter Wiktor, Peter Kahn, Al Brunner et al.

  • From Köhler and Milstein to the Moai of Rapa Nui – Sendai-virus expands its repertoire!?

    From Köhler and Milstein to the Moai of Rapa Nui – Sendai-virus expands its repertoire!?

    Phosphoproteome characterization reveals that Sendai-virus infection activates mTOR signaling in human epithelial cells by Tiina Öhman, Sandra Söderholm, Maruthibabu Paidikondala, Niina Lietzén et al.

  • No bull - Targeted proteomics targets the doping cheats!
  • Boost your electron transfer circuit with methyl-powered lysine!
  • Periostin defines the cut point in bone cancer
  • Aggressive orphan makes more changes than expected in new home!
  • Profiling viral infections with a programmable protein vending machine!
  • From Köhler and Milstein to the Moai of Rapa Nui – Sendai-virus expands its repertoire!?

Recently Published Issues

See all

  • Current Issue:July 2015

    Volume 15, Issue 13

  • June 2015

    Volume 15, Issue 12

    Special Issue: Virology meets Proteomics

  • June 2015

    Volume 15, Issue 11

  • May 2015

    Volume 15, Issue 10

    Special Issue: Plant-based Foods: Seed, Nutrition ...

  • May 2015

    Volume 15, Issue 9

2015 Reviews Issue - Free Online

Reviews Issue Free OnlineThis issue of PROTEOMICS contains the 2015 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...

All articles are freely available in 2015
Read the Special Issue now »

SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION