This exclusive editorial explores the very recent and very exciting developments in the field of single cell proteomics. Is now the time to realize the potential of SCoPE-MS?
Quantitative proteomics identifies biomarker for acute rickettsial spotted fever infections, say researchers
Researchers based at University of Texas Medical Branch (TX, USA) report the use of quantitative proteomics studies to identify a potential biomarker for rickettsial infections, including Mediterranean spotted fever and Rocky Mountain spotted fever.
Standard-flow LC and thermal focusing ESI elucidates altered liver proteins in late stage Niemann–Pick, type C1 disease
Learn more about the use of standard-flow ESI in quantitative proteomic studies and the identification of new NPC1 protein markers in this research article from Bioanalysis.
A new proteomics technique, termed ubiquitin clipping, has been developed to further understanding of changes that control protein function and their role in healthy and disease states.
As part of our mini-Spotlight on proteomics, we carried out a survey to gain an insight into the trends, challenges and developments associated with proteomics R&D – find out the results in this informative infographic.
We look at some of the highlights of our Twitter chat (#TalkProteomics), where we questioned panelists John Wilson, Ben Orsburn, Matthias Trost and Eduardo Chicano Gálvez about all things proteomics – from mass spectrometry to drug discovery.
Researchers have developed a new diagnostic technique to accurately differentiate bladder cancer from benign inflammation using AHNAK2 protein biomarkers.
Join us for our Twitter chat with proteomics experts on Friday 22nd February at 15:00 [GMT], 10:00 [EST], where we will discuss the applications of proteomics, mass spectrometry techniques and the challenges of proteomics research #TalkProteomics.
This editorial provides an insight into the development of proteomics as a tool for drug and biomarker discovery, pharmacodynamics and protein network elucidation; and where technology may be heading in the future.