PROTEOMICS

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Edited By: Michael J. Dunn

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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 14/75 (BIOCHEMICAL RESEARCH METHODS); 78/290 (Biochemistry & Molecular Biology)

Online ISSN: 1615-9861

Associated Title(s): PROTEOMICS - Clinical Applications

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  • Picture perfect: discriminating good from bad in kidney cancer with imaging MS

    Picture perfect:  discriminating good from bad in kidney cancer with imaging MS

    MALDI Imaging Mass Spectrometry Profiling of Proteins and Lipids in Clear Cell Renal Cell Carcinoma by Elizabeth Ellen Jones, Thomas W. Powers, Benjamin A. Neely, Lisa H. Cazares et al.

  • Images from the front-line: A picture of resistance in fibrosarcoma following targeted disruption

    Images from the front-line:  A picture of resistance in fibrosarcoma following targeted disruption

    MALDI-MSI and Label Free LC-ESI-MS/MS Shotgun Proteomics to Investigate Protein Induction in a Murine Fibrosarcoma Model following Treatment with a Vascular Disrupting Agent by Laura M. Cole, Joanne E. Bluff, Vikki A. Carolan, Martyn N. Paley et al.

  • A ‘warts and all’ biological portrait down to the level of amino acids in colon cancer

    A ‘warts and all’ biological portrait down to the level of amino acids in colon cancer

    Microscopic imaging mass spectrometry assisted by on-tissue chemical derivatization for visualizing multiple amino acids in human colon cancer xenografts by Sakino Toue, Yuki Sugiura, Akiko Kubo, Mitsuyo Ohmura et al.

  • Tubular Cells: Analysing the proteomic orchestration of players that help cells produce vascular intimas

    Tubular Cells:  Analysing the proteomic orchestration of players that help cells produce vascular intimas

    Proteomic differences between microvascular endothelial cells and the EA.hy926 cell line forming three-dimensional structures by Xiao Ma, Albert Sickmann, Jessica Pietsch, Robert Wildgruber et al.

  • Exosomal lumen and membrane proteins help give the inside edge on urologic cancer metastasis

    Exosomal lumen and membrane proteins help give the inside edge on urologic cancer metastasis

    Quantitative proteomics of fractionated membrane and lumen exosome proteins from isogenic metastatic and non-metastatic bladder cancer cells reveal differential expression of EMT factors by Dennis Kjølhede Jeppesen, Arkadiusz Nawrocki, Steffen Grann Jensen, Kasper Thorsen et al.

  • Exploring the black substance in Parkinson’s Disease: Proteomics illuminates the search for protagonists of pathogenesis

    Exploring the black substance in Parkinson’s Disease:  Proteomics illuminates the search for protagonists of pathogenesis

    Proteomic analysis of human substantia nigra identifies novel candidates involved in Parkinsons disease pathogenesis by Virginie Licker, Natacha Turck, Enikö Kövari, Karim Burkhardt et al.

  • Picture perfect:  discriminating good from bad in kidney cancer with imaging MS
  • Images from the front-line:  A picture of resistance in fibrosarcoma following targeted disruption
  • A ‘warts and all’ biological portrait down to the level of amino acids in colon cancer
  • Tubular Cells:  Analysing the proteomic orchestration of players that help cells produce vascular intimas
  • Exosomal lumen and membrane proteins help give the inside edge on urologic cancer metastasis
  • Exploring the black substance in Parkinson’s Disease:  Proteomics illuminates the search for protagonists of pathogenesis

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