Recently Published Issue of the Journal Current Proteomics

Current Proteomics publishes review articles in all aspects of the fast-expanding field of proteomics. All areas of proteomics are covered together with the methodology, softwares, databases, technological advances and applications of proteomics, including functional proteomics. Diverse technologies covered include but are not limited to:

Protein separation and characterization techniques

2-D gel electrophoresis and image analysis

Techniques for protein expression profiling including mass spectrometry-based methods and algorithms for correlative database searching

Determination of co-translational and post- translational modification of proteins

Protein/peptide microarrays

Biomolecular interaction analysis

Analysis of protein complexes

Yeast two-hybrid projects

Protein-protein interaction (protein interactome) pathways and cell signaling networks

Systems biology

Proteome informatics (bioinformatics)

Knowledge integration and management tools

High-throughput protein structural studies (using mass spectrometry, nuclear magnetic resonance and X-ray crystallography)

High-throughput computational methods for protein 3-D structure as well as function determination

Robotics, nanotechnology, and microfluidics

In addition to in-depth reviews, articles highlighting recent proteomics papers of special interest as well as book reviews are published. Mini-reviews and perspective articles are also published. In view of the importance of specific technology and software developed for advancement of proteomics research, a separate section is devoted to product and technology reports. Proceedings of proteomics meetings with selected review articles on topics presented are also published.

Following are the articles from the journal Current Proteomics, 11 Issue 3:

Article: B-factor Analysis and Conformational Rearrangement of Aldose Reductase

Author(s): Ganesaratnam K. Balendiran, J. Rajendran Pandian, Evin Drake, Anubhav Vinayak, Malkhey Verma and Duilio Cascio

 

Article: Plant Protein Extraction and Identification from Eurycoma longifolia by Gel Electrophoresis and Mass Spectrometry

Author(s): Lee Suan Chua, Nurulaini Abd Rahman and Mohamad Roji Sarmidi

 

Article: Interactions Between Apo E and Amyloid Beta and their Relationship to Nutriproteomics and Neurodegeneration

Author(s): Ian J. Martins, Veer Gupta, Andrea C. Wilson, Stephanie J. Fuller and Ralph N. Martins

 

Article: Effective Inhibition of Foam Cells Formation by Tanshinone IIA in RAW264.7 Macrophages Induced with LDL Isolated from Hypercholesterolemia Patients: A Proteomic Analysis

Author(s): De-zhao Lu, Yun Zhou, Ji Zhu, Yao-hong Teng, Zhen Yang, Hui Chai and Li-ke Wo

 

Article: Proteomics and Epigenetic Mechanisms in Stem Cells

Author(s): Sabata Martino, Francesco Morena, Carolina Barola, Ilaria Bicchi and Carla Emiliani

 

Article: Oncogenic Signalling Networks and Polypharmacology as Paradigms to Cope with Cancer Heterogeneity

Author(s): Aurelio A. Moya García, Ian Morilla and Juan Juan A.G. Ranea

 

Article: Proteomic Differential in-Gel Electrophoresis Analysis of Stigmatic and Stylar Proteins in Kiwifruit before and after Pollination

Author(s): Xiujuan Qi, Yongbin Gao, Jinbao Fang, Shankun Xu, Jinyong Chen, Hong Gu and Shaoling Zhang

 

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Author: Bentham Science Publishers

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