Top-Down Proteomics and Farm Animal and Aquatic Sciences
AbstractProteomics is a field of growing importance in animal and aquatic sciences. Similar to other proteomic approaches, top-down proteomics is slowly making its way within the vast array of proteomic approaches that researchers have access to. This opinion and mini-review article is dedicated to top-down proteomics and how its use can be of importance to animal and aquatic sciences. Herein, we include an overview of the principles of top-down proteomics and how it differs regarding other more commonly used proteomic methods, especially bottom-up proteomics. In addition, we provide relevant sections on how the approach was or can be used as a research tool and conclude with our opinions of future use in animal and aquatic sciences. View Full-Text
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Campos, A.M.; de Almeida, A.M. Top-Down Proteomics and Farm Animal and Aquatic Sciences. Proteomes 2016, 4, 38.
Campos AM, de Almeida AM. Top-Down Proteomics and Farm Animal and Aquatic Sciences. Proteomes. 2016; 4(4):38.Chicago/Turabian Style
Campos, Alexandre M.; de Almeida, André M. 2016. "Top-Down Proteomics and Farm Animal and Aquatic Sciences." Proteomes 4, no. 4: 38.
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