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Proteomics; introduction to methods and applications.


Proteomics; introduction to methods and applications.

Ed. by Agnieszka Kraj et al.

John Wiley & Sons


309 pages



Wiley-Interscience series in mass spectrometry


Kraj and Silberring (neurobiochemistry, Jagiellonian U., Poland) introduce upper-level undergraduate and graduate students to the field of proteomics, describing how to conduct research and study proteins, their structure, and their function in cells, tissues, and organisms. The 11 chapters, written by European and American researchers in neurobiochemistry, biochemistry, genomics, pediatrics, and other fields, cover basic concepts, techniques, and applications. An appendix of lab exercises is included, as are step-by-step explanations of analytical methods such as mass spectrometry, sample preparation, separation methods, and micro-total analysis systems. Others address capillary electrophoresis, protein blotting, protein modifications, microfluidics, and bioinformatics.

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