Journal article

Functional proteomics: The goalposts are moving

MJ Hubbard



Holistic understanding of protein function is a primary goal of the post-genome sequencing era. Functional genomic approaches are powerful and relatively straightforward but produce an incomplete picture at the protein level. Proteomics offers physiologically enriched insights to protein function, and ongoing advances are enabling proteome analyses to proceed with increased depth and efficiency. Exciting discoveries have emerged recently amidst growing awareness of the power of proteomics. However, while proven as a potent discovery tool, proteomics is under pressure to provide improved functional value particularly in concert with other investigative approaches. As reviewed here for ERp29, ..

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University of Melbourne Researchers