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Title Manual of cardiovascular proteomics / Giulio Agnetti, Merry L. Lindsey, D. Brian Foster, editors
Published Switzerland : Springer, 2016
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Contents Introduction: why proteomic is important to you and the broad scientific community -- State-of-the-Art in Cardiac Proteomics -- Pitfalls to be avoided in experimental design -- Proteomic workflow: one size does not fit all -- Bottom-up Proteomics -- Top-Down Proteomics -- Targeted Proteomics -- Data Analysis and Data Mining -- Post-translational Modifications in the Cardiac Proteome -- Taylored Approaches to Study Post-translational Modifications -- Concluding Remarks: Proteomics AD 2025
Summary This book highlights the remarkable advances that have contributed to the development of proteomics over the last two decades. While many of the concepts, methods, and technologies can be widely applied across fields of biomedical research, this book has been tailored for the cardiovascular researcher, with the many facets of cardiovascular disease reflected within the chapters. New methods and technologies are discussed in a manner that is understandable to scientists who are new to the proteomics arena in order to accelerate knowledge dissemination. The full measure of topics that define modern cardiovascular proteomics have been covered, including but not limited to experimental design, sample preparation and separation, mass spectrometry technologies, protein identification and quantitation, as well as statistical, pathway and network analyses of proteomics results. Manual of Cardiac Proteomics addresses many of the technical subtleties to be considered when embarking on a cardiovascular proteomic study. It as an invaluable guide for scientists entering the field, as well as clinicians and trainees in cardiology and all related disciplines
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed October 26, 2016)
Subject Cardiovascular system -- Diseases -- Molecular aspects.
Proteomics.
Cardiovascular Diseases -- metabolism.
Biomarkers -- analysis.
Cardiovascular System -- metabolism.
Proteomics -- methods.
Form Electronic book
Author Agnetti, Giulio, editor
Lindsey, Merry L., editor
Foster, D. Brian, editor
ISBN 9783319318288 (electronic bk.)
3319318284 (electronic bk.)