Archive by category | Proteomics

Proteomics data deposition to public repositories

Starting in March, Nature Methods strongly recommends deposition of proteomics data to public repositories before manuscript submission. An Editorial in the March issue describes the motivation of this decision and comments on the public repositories that are now available to proteomics researchers.  Read more

Mass spectrometry in focus

Mass spectrometry has become the most powerful tool for proteomics, owing to its high-throughput capacity and molecular information yield. However, it is perhaps under-utilized in more traditional cell biology research, since historically, it was a tool developed by and for chemists. Our October issue celebrates this technology and its established and emerging biological applications with a special Focus on mass spectrometry in proteomics applications.  Read more