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Advances in Proteomics Research

Explore the latest exciting work in the field of proteomics

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Research communities are turning towards proteomics techniques for high-throughput screening and analysis. Originally regarded as a useful supplement for genomics data, proteomics is coming into its own, helped by the realization that genetic alterations result in corresponding alterations at the protein level only about 50% of the time.

Download this eBook from The Scientist's Creative Services team to learn how proteomics is providing valuable information that is not captured by DNA and RNA sequencing.

  • Proteomic approaches determine neutropenia etiology when genetic testing fails
  • Spatial proteomics sheds new light on Alzheimer's disease
  • Single-cell proteomics uncovers potential mechanisms behind hearing loss