A Bird's-eye View of Proteomics
Proteome, Proteomics, Protein Expression, Protein Function, Intrinsically Disordered Proteins, Dark Proteome, Unfoldome, Unfoldomics
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Modern protein science is broadening horizons by moving toward the systemic description of proteins in their natural habitats. This implies a transition from a classical reductionist approach associated with consideration of the unique structure and specific biological activity of an individual protein in a purified form to studying entire proteomes and their functions. This minireview provides a brief description of structural, functional, and expression proteomics, the dark proteome (or unfoldome), and some of the tools utilized in the analyses of proteomes.
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Citation / Publisher Attribution
Current Protein and Peptide Science, v. 22, issue 8, p. 574-583
Scholar Commons Citation
Uversky, Vladimir N.; Alghamdi, Mohammed F.; and Redwan, Elrashdy M., "A Bird's-eye View of Proteomics" (2021). Molecular Medicine Faculty Publications. 995.