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Title
Next generation functional proteomics in non-model plants : a survey on techniques and applications for the analysis of protein complexes and post-translational modifications
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Abstract
The congruent development of computational technology, bioinformatics and analytical instrumentation makes proteomics ready for the next leap. Present-day state of the art proteomics grew from a descriptive method towards a full stake holder in systems biology. High throughput and genome wide studies are now made at the functional level. These include quantitative aspects, functional aspects with respect to protein interactions as well as post translational modifications and advanced computational methods that aid in predicting protein function and mapping these functionalities across the species border. In this review an overview is given of the current status of these aspects in plant studies with special attention to non-genomic model plants.
Language
English
Source (journal)
Phytochemistry: an international journal of plant biochemistry. - Oxford
Publication
Oxford : Pergamon-elsevier science ltd, 2011
ISSN
0031-9422
Volume/pages
72:10(2011), p. 1192-1218
ISI
000292536100021
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UAntwerpen
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Creation 22.02.2011
Last edited 24.07.2017
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