Merging Metals Into Proteomics | December 12, 2011 Issue - Vol. 89 Issue 50 | Chemical & Engineering News
 
 
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Volume 89 Issue 50 | pp. 28-30
Issue Date: December 12, 2011

Merging Metals Into Proteomics

Tackling the systemic study of metalloproteins
Department: Science & Technology | Collection: Life Sciences
News Channels: Biological SCENE
Keywords: proteomics, metalloproteomics, metalloprotein, metalloenzyme, bioinformatics, mass spectrometry, laser ablation, X-ray fluorescence, X-ray absorption spectroscopy, radioisotopes

To understand how proteins work in living organisms, more and more researchers are probing the complex interactions of huge ensembles of proteins as they act together in cells. Many studies involve all the proteins found in cells, tissues, or organisms, collections known as proteomes. The systematic study of those proteins—their structure, function, localization, and modifications, as well as how they change in response to different stimuli—is called proteomics.

An essential subset of the proteome is . . .

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