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Advances in Proteomics

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The term proteomics – used to describe the large-scale characterization of proteins – was coined in the 1990s by Mark Wilkins, who was a PhD student at the time. Since then, the field has gained momentum and can now be subdivided into various areas of study – from protein expression profiling and proteome mining to structural and functional proteomics and protein interactions.

Download this eBook to learn more about:

  • Recent developments in proteomics research
  • Proteomics and psychotic disorders
  • Key interactions between cancer-driving proteins