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Author Lundblad, Roger L

Title The evolution from protein chemistry to proteomics : basic science to clinical application / Roger L. Lundblad
Published Boca Raton : CRC/Taylor & Francis, 2006


Description 1 online resource (295 pages) : illustrations
Contents A Brief Discussion of Proteomics -- Definitions -- Concepts -- Illusions; An Overview of the Chemical Modification of Proteins; The Application of Chemical Modification to Proteomics -- Chemical Proteomics; Sample Preparation for Proteomic Studies; Sample Prefractionation; An Overview of Analytical Technologies Used in Proteomic Research; Clinical Proteomics; Validation Issues in Proteomics and the Transition from Research to Diagnostic Development; References
Summary Largely driven by major improvements in the analytical capability of mass spectrometry, proteomics is being applied to broader areas of experimental biology, ranging from oncology research to plant biology to environmental health. However, while it has already eclipsed solution protein chemistry as a discipline, it is still essentially an extension of classical protein chemistry, owing much of its maturation to prior contributions. Unfortunately, this debt is not always evident in current literature. The Evolution from Protein Chemistry to Proteomics: Basic Science to Clinical Applicati
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes English
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Subject Proteomics.
Proteins -- Chemical modification.
Proteins -- chemistry
SCIENCE -- Life Sciences -- Biochemistry.
Proteins -- Chemical modification.
Form Electronic book
LC no. 2005049929
ISBN 1420036408