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General Proteomics Information[edit | edit source]

  • Introduction to Proteomics – [1]
    • Resource provided by Children's Hospital of Boston with a brief overview of protein structure and function, as well as an explanation of the central dogma of molecular biology.
  • Introduction to Proteomics – [2]
    • This site summarizes a book currently in print, discussing some of the basics of proteomics. The site also explains some of the different methods used in the study of proteins.
  • Proteomics World – [3]
    • Website dedicated to proteomics, with a wealth of information of information on the study of proteomics, on topics such as software, databases, instruments, and protocols
  • Biomedical Informatics for Proteomics – [4]
    • Journal article from Nature summarizing the change in focus from genomics to proteomics in the post-genome era, as well as some of the challenges being faced.
  • Proteomics: The Next Frontier--A Biotech Perspective [5]
    • Journal article from the Journal of Biomedicine and Biotechnology connecting proteomics with many other disciplines

Proteomics Techniques[edit | edit source]

  • Proteomics Introduction – [6]
    • Site hosted by Bioinformatics Web containing introductory proteomics information, information on electrophoresis, and some of the goals and techniques of proteomics as a field.
  • CSC/ICSM Proteomics Section Home Page – [7]
    • Resource from the Medical Research Council's Clinical Sciences Center provides information on protein purification and sequencing, as well as structural protein analysis.

Proteomics Tools[edit | edit source]

  • Expasy Proteomics Server – [8]
    • Integrates a number of useful proteomics databases available from geographically diverse, yet philosophically aligned organizations. Expasy also provides links to useful tools in protein and genetic analysis.
  • NCBI [9]
  • Folding@Home [10]
    • Stanford University's Folding@Home project site
  • [11]

Commercial Links[edit | edit source]

  • Thermo Scientific [12]
    • Provider of science equipment and materials, including a line of products for protein and proteomics research.
  • Applied Biosystems [13]
    • Provider of protein sequencing, synthesis, and mass spectrometry equipment and related materials and reagents.
  • MCW Proteomics Software Resources[14]
    • Collection of links to academic and commercially developed software for proteomics and protein analysis
  • PREMIER Biosoft,Palo Alto, USA [15]
    • Provider of proteomics software, ProteoIQ. ProteoIQ is innovative software for analyzing proteomic data that provides researchers with automated methodology for determining protein expression without the need for tedious manual data analysis.

Other Wikipedia and Wikimedia Resources[edit | edit source]

Wikipedia[edit | edit source]

Wikimedia[edit | edit source]

  • The Metabolomics Wikibook [16]
    • A Wikibook detailing the field of metabolomics.

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