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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...
20 Jun 2003  |  Global
Laboratory automation is one solution to the needs of researchers as demand for higher throughput increases. The use of automation in the laboratories would allow scientists to conduct more sophisticated tasks instead of the time-consuming routine tasks currently conducted. Liquid handling is a critical step in both the life science research work...
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...