Special Issue "Advances in Proteomic Research 2014"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (10 April 2014)
Prof. Dr. David Sheehan
Proteomic Research Laboratory, Head of School of Biochemistry and Cell Biology, University College Cork, Western Gateway Building, Western Rd, Cork, Ireland
Phone: +35 321 420 5424
Fax: +35 321 427 4034
Interests: enzymology and evolution of glutathione transferases; application of proteomics to study of oxidative stress; implications of reactive oxygen and nitrogen species for kidney function; environmental toxicology; nanomaterials as emerging toxicological threats
Proteins are the main agents of biological change. Their structural diversity is sufficient to accomplish the enormous array of chemical functionality required by living cells. Unlike the genome, the proteome (the complement of proteins under a given set of biological conditions) is a dynamic quantity which varies with variables such as cell cycle stage, cell specialization, pathology and nutritional status. Thus proteomics offers a robust set of high-throughput methods to explore changes in the quantity and status of specific proteins so as to reveal changes underlying key facets of biological functioning. Importantly, this is a discovery-driven, rather than a hypothesis-driven, approach with the potential to identify new processes not suspected a priori. This Special Issue will contain articles describing new advances in the science of proteomics.
Topics of this Special Issue include, but are not limited to:
- Sample preparation for two dimensional electrophoresis
- Sample preparation for protein mass spectrometry
- Enrichment for sub-proteomes
- Organelle proteomics
- Clinical applications of proteomics, such as biomarker discovery
- Environmental proteomics
- Proteomics in food science
- Proteomics of non-model organisms
- Proteomics databases
- New Bioinformatics approaches for proteomics datasets
- Use of protein arrays
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Prof. Dr. David Sheehan
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- two dimensional electrophoresis
- protein arrays
- protein mass spectrometry
Last update: 28 August 2013