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

  • Seq and ye shall find a new beginning!

    Seq and ye shall find a new beginning!

    A proteogenomics approach integrating proteomics and ribosome profiling increases the efficiency of protein identification and enables the discovery of alternative translation start sites by Alexander Koch, Daria Gawron, Sandra Steyaert, Elvis Ndah et al.

  • Scaling the genomic data mountain with a proteomic ladder!

    Scaling the genomic data mountain with a proteomic ladder!

    Proteogenomic strategies for identification of aberrant cancer peptides using large-scale next-generation sequencing data by Sunghee Woo, Seong Won Cha, Seungjin Na, Clark Guest et al.

  • Making modern proteogenomics relevant to the ancient!

    Making modern proteogenomics relevant to the ancient!

    High-throughput parallel proteogenomics: a bacterial case study by Brett Chapman and Matthew Bellgard

  • GPI-anchors aweigh! Sweet and sticky slips for shipping of membrane proteins!

    GPI-anchors aweigh!  Sweet and sticky slips for shipping of membrane proteins!

    Proteomic identification of mammalian cell-surface derived glycosylphosphatidylinositol anchored proteins through selective glycan enrichment - by Leslie K. Cortes, Saulius Vainauskas, Nan Dai, Colleen M. McClung et al.

  • Papa’s got a brand new (definition for the bile) bag!

    Papa’s got a brand new (definition for the bile) bag!

    Defining the human gallbladder proteome by transcriptomics and affinity proteomics - by Caroline Kampf, Adil Mardinoglu, Linn Fagerberg, Björn M Hallström et al.

  • Loss leads to gain in understanding biochemistry of lipids!

    Loss leads to gain in understanding biochemistry of lipids!

    Proteomic analysis of livers from fat-fed mice deficient in either PKC´ or PKCµ identifies Htatip2 as a regulator of lipid metabolism - by Bing M. Liao, Katy Raddatz, Ling Zhong, Benjamin L. Parker et al.

  • Seq and ye shall find a new beginning!
  • Scaling the genomic data mountain with a proteomic ladder!
  • Making modern proteogenomics relevant to the ancient!
  • GPI-anchors aweigh!  Sweet and sticky slips for shipping of membrane proteins!
  • Papa’s got a brand new (definition for the bile) bag!
  • Loss leads to gain in understanding biochemistry of lipids!

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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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