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The term 'proteome' was first coined in 1994, and refers to all the proteins in a cell, tissue, or organism. Proteomics refers to the study of the proteome. Because proteins are involved in almost all biological activities, the proteome is a rich source of biological information.
Emphasis on nanotechnology, pharmaceutical science, forensics, food safety and bioanalytical for Pittcon's annual call for papers

Emphasis on nanotechnology, pharmaceutical science, forensics, food safety and bioanalytical for Pittcon's annual call for papers

SCIEX introduces SWATH DIA technology for analytical scientists working across all application areas

SCIEX introduces SWATH DIA technology for analytical scientists working across all application areas

Testing for molecular markers in urine could reveal early signs of kidney transplant failure

Testing for molecular markers in urine could reveal early signs of kidney transplant failure

New research effort aims to better understand impact and progression of COPD

New research effort aims to better understand impact and progression of COPD

Researchers develop new technologies to measure key proteins that serve as markers for tumors

Researchers develop new technologies to measure key proteins that serve as markers for tumors

Rogue proteins involved in breast cancer point to potential treatment options

Rogue proteins involved in breast cancer point to potential treatment options

Proteomics unravels molecular mechanisms influenced by genetic variations

Proteomics unravels molecular mechanisms influenced by genetic variations

Research findings offer potential explanation for opioid-induced itching

Research findings offer potential explanation for opioid-induced itching

Syngene's G:BOX Chemi XX6 used to help identify biomarkers in Alzheimer's disease

Syngene's G:BOX Chemi XX6 used to help identify biomarkers in Alzheimer's disease

Stony Brook researchers discover novel metabolic pathway of lipid ceramide involved in cell death

Stony Brook researchers discover novel metabolic pathway of lipid ceramide involved in cell death

Case Western Reserve and VA team up to tackle rising problem of antibiotic resistance

Case Western Reserve and VA team up to tackle rising problem of antibiotic resistance

Cutting-edge research into dolphin’s genome could provide solutions to human problems

Cutting-edge research into dolphin’s genome could provide solutions to human problems

Excess lipoproteins, fatty acids may be linked to chronic kidney stones in children

Excess lipoproteins, fatty acids may be linked to chronic kidney stones in children

Pittcon 2017 taking place in 2 weeks, will feature over 700 leading companies in the scientific community

Pittcon 2017 taking place in 2 weeks, will feature over 700 leading companies in the scientific community

World's largest GWAS on proteomics uncovers molecular mechanisms of complex diseases

World's largest GWAS on proteomics uncovers molecular mechanisms of complex diseases

Research shows how cutting calories can slow aging process

Research shows how cutting calories can slow aging process

Exosome isolation using ultracentrifugation

Exosome isolation using ultracentrifugation

Sleep helps recalibrate brain cells responsible for learning and memory, mice study shows

Sleep helps recalibrate brain cells responsible for learning and memory, mice study shows

Study finds viruses communicating with one another

Study finds viruses communicating with one another

Chemotherapy-induced senescent cells promote side effects and cancer relapse

Chemotherapy-induced senescent cells promote side effects and cancer relapse