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Proteomics - Clinical Applications is a key source for the field of applying proteomics and other omics methods to the study of human disease and translation to the clinic. Our scope is not limited to proteomics – the journal covers applications of all omics including genomics, transcriptomics, metabolomics, lipidomics and integrative multi-omics. We are an international journal with no publication fees, and welcome primary research as well as reviews, commentaries and viewpoints.
On the Cover
-  27 November 2023
Human peripheral blood mononuclear cells as a valuable source of disease‐related biomarkers: Evidence from comparative proteomics studies
-  7 November 2023
“Hide and seek”: Misleading transferrin variants in PMM2‐CDG complicate diagnostics
-  24 October 2023
A comparative proteomic analysis for non‐invasive early prediction of hypoxic‐ischemic injury in asphyxiated neonates
-  3 October 2023
The following is a list of the most cited articles based on citations published in the last three years, according to CrossRef.
Exosomes in bodily fluids are a highly stable resource of disease biomarkers
-  13 February 2015
Understanding fibroblast activation protein (FAP): Substrates, activities, expression and targeting for cancer therapy
-  28 January 2014
Oligodendrocytes secrete exosomes containing major myelin and stress‐protective proteins: Trophic support for axons?
-  2 November 2007
Cathepsin B: Multiple roles in cancer
-  22 February 2014