PROTEOMICS - Clinical Applications

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Editor-in-Chief: Lorna Stimson, Deputy Editor: Lucie Kalvodova

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Online ISSN: 1862-8354

Associated Title(s): PROTEOMICS

Featured Articles

  • Plugging the gaps in knowledge of the old sea blood!

    Plugging the gaps in knowledge of the old sea blood!

    Platelet Proteomics in Thalassemia : Factors responsible for hypercoagulation by Shilpita Karmakar, Debasis Banerjee and Abhijit Chakrabarti. .

  • Non-invasively monitoring DMD!

    Non-invasively monitoring DMD!

    Comparative mass spectrometric and immunoassay-based proteome analysis in serum of Duchenne muscular dystrophy patients by Stijn Oonk, Pietro Spitali, Monika Hiller, Linda Switzar et al.

  • Fish oil and prostate cancer – diet matters?

    Fish oil and prostate cancer – diet matters?

    Metabolic and Molecular Regulation of Dietary Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids on Prostate Cancer by Heng Zhao, Beth R. Pflug, Xianyin Lai and Mu Wang

  • Tackling the heart-felt pain of rheumatoid arthritis!

     Tackling the heart-felt pain of rheumatoid arthritis!

    Remodeling of lipoproteins in patients with rheumatoid arthritis: IL-6 receptor inhibition with tocilizumab by Janet S. Lee, M. John Chapman, Paolo Piraino, Jens Lamerz et al.

  • Sugars that reveal the indigestible!

    Sugars that reveal the indigestible!

    Liquid Chromatography Mass Spectrometry-based O-glycomics to evaluate glycosylation alterations in gastric cancer by Yun He, Qin Xie, Yanping Wang, Yong Liang et al.

  • Investigating the immunodeficiency instigator’s influence on intelligence!

    Investigating the immunodeficiency instigator’s influence on intelligence!

    Macrophage secretome from women with HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders by Krystal Colon, Juliana Perez-Laspiur, Raymond Quiles, Yolanda Rodriguez et al.

  • Plugging the gaps in knowledge of the old sea blood!
  • Non-invasively monitoring DMD!
  • Fish oil and prostate cancer – diet matters?
  •  Tackling the heart-felt pain of rheumatoid arthritis!
  • Sugars that reveal the indigestible!
  • Investigating the immunodeficiency instigator’s influence on intelligence!

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