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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.
Brazilian researchers develop new strategy to starve triple negative breast cancer cells

Brazilian researchers develop new strategy to starve triple negative breast cancer cells

Organ-on-chip systems offered to Asia-Pacific regions by Sydney's AXT

Organ-on-chip systems offered to Asia-Pacific regions by Sydney's AXT

Blood based test using AI and nanotechnology devised for chronic fatigue syndrome

Blood based test using AI and nanotechnology devised for chronic fatigue syndrome

Bentham Science's new volume delves into specific avenues of applied NMR studies

Bentham Science's new volume delves into specific avenues of applied NMR studies

Blocking BRAF ubiquitination may be an effective treatment approach in melanoma

Blocking BRAF ubiquitination may be an effective treatment approach in melanoma

Researchers uncover cellular resistance mechanisms to BRAF inhibitors in melanoma

Researchers uncover cellular resistance mechanisms to BRAF inhibitors in melanoma

‘Hit-and-run’ interaction between proteins appears to be key trigger for cell death

‘Hit-and-run’ interaction between proteins appears to be key trigger for cell death

Unexpected function of enzyme in sounding alarm about liver damage could lead to new treatments

Unexpected function of enzyme in sounding alarm about liver damage could lead to new treatments

Pipettes of the Future: Automation for Acceleration

Pipettes of the Future: Automation for Acceleration

Scientists use a promiscuous inhibitor to uncover cancer drug targets

Scientists use a promiscuous inhibitor to uncover cancer drug targets

Bruker’s timsTOF Pro mass spectrometer receives EuPA technology award at Proteomic Forum 2019

Bruker’s timsTOF Pro mass spectrometer receives EuPA technology award at Proteomic Forum 2019

Tobacco use causes precancerous cells to 'fertilize' nearby cells with cancerous changes

Tobacco use causes precancerous cells to 'fertilize' nearby cells with cancerous changes

Bruker showcases new analytical systems and applied market solutions at Pittcon 2019

Bruker showcases new analytical systems and applied market solutions at Pittcon 2019

New proteomics-based test could aid in early detection of ovarian cancer

New proteomics-based test could aid in early detection of ovarian cancer

Researchers elucidate how embryonic cells and tissues respond to force

Researchers elucidate how embryonic cells and tissues respond to force

Researchers develop 'snap freezing' apparatus to cool biopsy even faster

Researchers develop 'snap freezing' apparatus to cool biopsy even faster

Researchers map molecules and functions of skin from tissue samples

Researchers map molecules and functions of skin from tissue samples

Researchers engineer 'antibody-like' T cell receptors to combat deadly virus

Researchers engineer 'antibody-like' T cell receptors to combat deadly virus

UVA scientist receives $1 million award to map out submicroscopic world

UVA scientist receives $1 million award to map out submicroscopic world

Biologist uses new grant to find ways to eliminate schistosomiasis

Biologist uses new grant to find ways to eliminate schistosomiasis