Special Issue "Integrative Multi-Omics in Biomedical Research"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 May 2021) | Viewed by 15863
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Interests: clinical proteomics; lipidomics; metabolomics; chronic inflammation; cancer research; mechanisms of drug action; drug resistance
Interests: membrane lipids; cell biology; subcellular omics; integrative biology; clinical proteomics; clinical lipidomics; liquid biopsy; extracellular vesicles; clinical diagnostics
Postgenomic methods, typically based on mass spectrometry, comprise the analysis of metabolites, lipids, and proteins and are an essential complement to genomics and transcriptomics. Multidimensional omics is becoming established to provide accurate and comprehensive state descriptions and to support the understanding of molecular mechanisms in complex systems. In this Special Issue, we invite you to share laboratory and computational method innovations that enable the concurrent and integrative analysis of multiple omics data sets. We would also like to showcase novel findings as a result of application of multi-omics to address questions in biology and pathology. Both original research and review papers are welcome.
We look forward to reading your contributions to this rapidly advancing interdisciplinary field.
Assoc. Prof. Michelle Hill
Prof. Christopher Gerner
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- mass spectrometry
- integrative biology
- systems biology
- biomarker discovery