By: Iyer Srinivas(Author)
352 pages, b/w illustrations
The field of proteomics has had a tremendous impact on our understanding of biological systems. While proteomics encompasses multiple approaches, the application of mass spectrometry-based techniques has generated large, information-rich data sets that have enabled a much clearer understanding of areas such as cell signaling. For example, protein post-translational modifications such as phosphorylation are critically involved in signal transduction in almost all biological systems; much progress has been made to identify these protein alterations during signal transduction. Applications of Proteomics to Cell Signaling focuses specifically on the application of these approaches to understanding signaling in biological systems.
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Iyer Srinivas is a Staff Scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico.
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