A wealth of information has accumulated over the last few years on the human genome. The new insights have completely changed the focus of protein analysis. It is no longer time-consuming analysis of unknown products, but rather selective identifications of individual forms, modifications and processings, and overall analysis of global protein outputs from cells and tissues in health and disease. This book gears to the rising need of sensitive, accurate, and fast separation and identification techniques in proteomics. It discusses current methodologies of modern protein analysis, from isolation and sample preparation, over analysis and identification, to final characterization. Several evaluations concentrate on the now productive approaches of two-dimensional gel electrophoresis and mass spectrometry, but alternative methods and further perspectives are also outlined. The book includes an overlook over current databases to connect protein analysis data with all available information, ...46th ASMS Conference of Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, Orlando, Florida , 30 Maya4 June Burlingame AL (1996) Characterization of protein glycosylation by mass spectrometry. Curr Opin Biotechnol 7:4a10 MAcrtz E, Sareneva T, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Proteomics in Functional Genomics|
|Author||:||P. Jolles, Hans Jörnvall|
|Publisher||:||Birkhäuser - 2013-03-11|