PROTEOMICS

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Edited By: Michael J. Dunn

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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

  • Exploring the space of Disse where going in reverse means moving forward towards the source of the yellowish condition!

    Exploring the space of Disse where going in reverse means moving forward towards the source of the yellowish condition!

    SILAC-based quantitative proteomic analysis of secretome between activated and reverted hepatic stellate cells by Hongyu Zhang, Peng Wu, Fangyan Chen, Yunwei Hao et al.

  • How low can you go? Read on to find out how to limbo under the flow rate barrier to ionization efficiency

    How low can you go?  Read on to find out how to limbo under the flow rate barrier to ionization efficiency

    Development and performance evaluation of an ultralow flow nanoliquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry set-up by Thomas Köcher, Peter Pichler, Mauro De Pra, Laurent Rieux et al.

  • As it says on the tin “less is more”!

    As it says on the tin “less is more”!

    Why less is more when generating tryptic peptides in bottom-up proteomics by Siri Hildonen, Trine Grønhaug Halvorsen and Léon Reubsaet.

  • Protein agents working for ‘The Resistance’ in NSCLC

    Protein agents working for ‘The Resistance’ in NSCLC

    Extracellular vesicles shed from gefitinib-resistant non-small cell lung cancer regulate the tumor microenvironment by Do-Young Choi, Sungyong You, Jae Hun Jung, Jae Cheol Lee et al.

  • A gene-protein lean mean fighting machine against infectors of native tobacco

    A gene-protein lean mean fighting machine against infectors of native tobacco

    Transcriptomics assisted proteomic analysis of Nicotiana occidentalis infected by Candidatus Phytoplasma malistrain AT by Toni Luge, Michael Kube, Anja Freiwald, David Meierhofer et al.

  • The vicious cycle of starvation – go easy on that feed-fast diet!

    The vicious cycle of starvation – go easy on that feed-fast diet!

    Exacerbated oxidative stress in the fasting liver according to fuel partitioning by Thierry Wasselin, Sandrine Zahn, Yvon Le Maho, Alain Van Dorsselaer et al.

  • Exploring the space of Disse where going in reverse means moving forward towards the source of the yellowish condition!
  • How low can you go?  Read on to find out how to limbo under the flow rate barrier to ionization efficiency
  • As it says on the tin “less is more”!
  • Protein agents working for ‘The Resistance’ in NSCLC
  • A gene-protein lean mean fighting machine against infectors of native tobacco
  • The vicious cycle of starvation – go easy on that feed-fast diet!

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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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