Principle of Proteomics, Second Edition, provides a concise and...
By: Richard M Twyman (Author)
350 pages, illustrations
Proteomics is a major new area of scientific research driven by the growing information gap between genes and their function. Large-scale DNA sequencing and annotation prjects identify thousands of new genes on a daily basis but the functions of these genes remain largely unknown. This is a comprehensive introduction to this relatively new field.
1. An Overview of Proteomics. 2. Strategies for Protein Separation. 3. Strategies for Protein Identification. 4. Strategies for Protein Quantitation. 5.Analysis of Protein Sequences. 6. Structural Proteomics. 7. Interaction Proteomics. 8. Protein Modification in Proteomics. 9. Protein Chips and Functional Proteomics. 10. Applications of Proteomics
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