Overview of Proteome Analysis

Nadeem Ali‐Khan1, Xun Zuo1, David W. Speicher1

1 The Wistar Institute, Philadelphia
Publication Name:  Current Protocols in Protein Science
Unit Number:  Unit 22.1
DOI:  10.1002/0471140864.ps2201s30
Online Posting Date:  February, 2003
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Abstract

This unit reviews the new discipline of proteomics, which includes any large‐scale protein‐based systematic analysis of the proteome or defined sub‐proteome from a cell, tissue, or entire organism. Proteomics originated in the mid‐1990s due to two key enabling advances, availability of complete genome sequences, and mass spectrometry advances that allowed high sensitivity identifications of proteins. Proteome analyses can be broadly categorized into three types of studies: quantitative protein profile comparisons, analysis of protein‐protein interactions, and compositional analysis of simple proteomes or subproteomes such as organelles or large protein complexes. The complexity of different types of proteomes, the merits of targeted versus global proteome studies, and the advantages of alternative separation and analysis technologies are discussed.

     
 
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Table of Contents

  • What Is Proteome Analysis?
  • Proteome Complexity, Experimental Design, and Sample Preparation
  • Global and Targeted Proteomics
  • Quantitative Protein Profiling
  • Protein‐Protein Interaction Studies
  • Protein Composition Analysis
  • Supporting Technologies
  • Conclusion and Future Perspectives
  • Literature Cited
  • Figures
  • Tables
     
 
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