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20 Jul 2001  |  Global
20 Jul 2001  |  Global
A significant need for increased efficiency in drug discovery has driven a tremendous level of research to expand the knowledge base concerning the underlying mechanism of disease. With the sequence of the human genome largely completed and subsequent analysis revealing a reduced estimate of the number of genes present, there has been a shift to t...
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10 Oct 2001  |  Global
To achieve the promise presented by mapping the human genome, we must strive to understand what is happening in a cell beyond the DNA sequence of a given gene. As a result scientists are performing extensive study of proteins. While genes carry the blueprints for life, proteins perform the vital functions necessary for life to exist. This report pr...
12 Feb 2003  |  Global
While protein chemistry is far from a novel discipline, new challenges have arisen with the advent of industrial scale analyses. Compared to genomics applications, which have been readily scalable, protein analysis presents additional challenges on many fronts. In contrast to the static nature of the human genome which is made up of four nucleoti...
22 May 2003  |  Europe
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27 May 2003  |  Global
Proteomics, the study of proteins, involves isolation, identification, expression, and characterization of the structure and function of proteins. Proteomics offers opportunities to improve the drug development process in various ways. One method is by identifying additional proteins to act as potential drug targets, which could lead to viable ne...
17 Jun 2003  |  Global
Proteomics has been a rapidly emerging field recently, especially in the last five to ten years with the availability of soft ionization techniques and the widespread availability of sequence databases. The methods used, such as 2-D gel electrophoresis and mass spectrometry, are not particularly new, and the field of protein chemistry is not eithe...
29 Sep 2003  |  Global
Biological researchers are now facing the tasks of assigning molecular and cellular function to the high number of predicted genes from the still ongoing genome projects. Gene encode proteins and the further understanding of proteins and their function is a major objective.An important step in the overall understanding of function includes the dete...
08 Mar 2004  |  Global
The protein LC market is a small but growing segmentof the total LC market. Technologies being aimed at the proteomics market are being becoming increasingly miniturized to provide researchers with a high level of information for the small amounts of precious protein samples.