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245 00 Shotgun proteomics :|bmethods and protocols /|cedited by 
       Daniel Martins-de-Souza. 
264  1 New York, NY :|bHumana Press,|c2014. 
300    1 online resource (xiv, 492 pages) :|billustrations (some 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Methods in Molecular Biology,|x1064-3745 ;|v1156 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |tSurvey of shotgun proteomics /|rFabio Cesar Sousa 
       Nogueira and Gilberto B. Domont --|tLC-MALDI-TOF/TOF for 
       shotgun proteomics /|rPatricia Fern⡮dez-Puente ... [et 
       al.] --|tFully automatable multidimensional reversed-phase
       liquid chromatography with online tandem mass spectrometry
       /|rMaggie P.Y. Lam ... [et al.] --|tGeLC-MS/MS analysis of
       complex protein mixtures /|rMonika Dzieciatkowska, Ryan 
       Hill, and Kirk C. Hansen --|tIPG strip-based peptide 
       fractionation for shotgun proteomics /|rMurat Eravci, 
       Christian Sommer, and Matthias Selbach --|tSILAC yeast : 
       from labeling to comprehensive  Proteome Quantification /
       |rLyris M. F. de Godoy --|tAnalysis of proteome dynamics 
       in mice by isotopic labeling /|rJohn C. Price and Sina 
       Ghaemmaghami  --|tStable isotope labeling in mammals 
       (SILAM) /|rDaniel B. McClatchy and John R. Yates III  --
       |tAnalysis of individual protein turnover in live animals 
       on a proteome-wide scale /|rStefan Reckow and Christian 
       Webhofer --|tDetermining protein subcellular localization 
       in mammalian cell culture with biochemical fractionation 
       and iTRAQ 8-plex quantification /|rAndy Christoforou, 
       Alfonso Martinez Arias, and Kathryn S. Lilley --|tBrain 
       quantitative proteomics combining GeLC-MS and isotope-
       coded protein labeling (ICPL) /|rGiuseppina Maccarrone, 
       Maria Lebar, and Daniel Martins-de-Souza  --|tEmploying 
       TMT quantification in a shotgun-MS platform /|rDarragh P. 
       O'Brien and John F. Timms --|tEmploying TMT quantification
       in shotgun-MS  proteomic analysis : a focus on skeletal 
       muscle /|rBruno Menezes de Oliveira --|tSpectral counting 
       label-free proteomics /|rLiisa Arike and Lauri Peil --
       |tQuantification of proteins by label-free LC-MSE /|rAlon 
       Savidor and Yishai Levin --|tBioinformatics for proteomics
       : opportunities at the interface between the scientists, 
       their experiments, and the community /|rMarc Vaudel ... 
       [et al.]   --|tIdentification of DNA damage checkpoint-
       dependent protein interactions in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
       using quantitative mass spectrometry /|rFrancisco M. 
       Bastos de Oliveira and Marcus B. Smolka --|tApplication of
       shotgun proteomics for discovery-driven protein-protein 
       interaction /|rLivia Goto-Silva ... [et al.] --|tMapping 
       protein complexes using covalently linked antibodies  and 
       isobaric mass tags  /|rAntje Dittmann ... [et al.]  --
       |tBiomarker verification using selected reaction 
       monitoring and shotgun proteomics  /|rAngel Mauricio 
       Castro-Gamero, Clarice Izumi, and Jos⥠C⥳ar Rosa --|tUse 
       of universal stable isotope labeling by amino acids in 
       cell culture (SILAC)-based selected reaction monitoring 
       (SRM) approach for verification of breast cancer-related 
       protein markers /|rNing Qing Liu ... [et al.] --
       |tSecretome analysis by high-throughput proteomics and 
       multiple reaction monitoring (MRM) /|rVitor M. Fa㡠... [et
       al.] --|tPreparation of heteroelement-incorporated and 
       stable  isotope-labeled protein standards for quantitative
       proteomics  /|rAnna Konopka ... [et al.] --|tOne-source 
       peptide/phosphopeptide ratio standards for accurate and 
       site-specific determination of the degree of 
       phosphorylation /|rMartin E. Boehm, Bettina Hahn, and Wolf
       D. Lehmann --|tQuantitative glycoproteomics for N-
       glycoproteome profiling /|rSheng Pan --|tPractical recipe 
       to survey phosphoproteomes /|rWilliam C. Edelman ... [et  
       al.] --|tQuantitation of the phosphoproteome using the 
       library-assisted eXtracted ion chromatogram (LAXIC) 
       strategy /|rJustine V. Arrington, Liang Xue, and W. Andy 
       Tao --|tFast, efficient, and quality-controlled 
       phosphopeptide enrichment from minute sample amounts using
       titanium dioxide /|rClarissa Dickhut, Sonja Radau, and 
       Ren⥠P. Zahedi --|tQuantifying small molecule-induced 
       changes in cellular protein expression and 
       posttranslational modifications using isobaric mass tags /
       |rIsabelle Becher, Maria F衬th Savitski, and Marcus 
       Bantscheff --|tAnalysis of protein structure by cross-
       linking combined with mass spectrometry /|rEvgeniy V. 
       Petrotchenko ... [et al.] --|tTop-down proteomics by means
       of orbitrap mass spectrometry /|rKai Scheffler. 
520    Shotgun Proteomics: Methods and Protocols serves as a 
       vital collection of protocols through which thousands of 
       proteins can be simultaneously identified, quantified, and
       characterized in a high throughput manner. Beginning with 
       the history of proteomics centered on the vital role of 
       mass spectrometry in its development, this detailed volume
       continues with chapters on sample pre-fractionation, in 
       vivo and in vitro stable isotope labeling, label-free 
       proteomics, informatics, protein-protein interactions, 
       targeted proteomics, and post-translational modifications.
       Written for the highly successful Methods in Molecular 
       Biology series, chapters include introductions to their 
       respective topics, lists of the necessary materials and 
       reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible laboratory 
       protocols, and tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known 
       pitfalls. Practical and comprehensive, Shotgun Proteomics:
       Methods and Protocols is an ideal and up-to-date guide for
       researchers seeking to understand the proteome of any 
       given species. 
588    Description based on online resource; title from PDF title
       page (SpringerLink, viewed May 13, 2014). 
650  0 Proteomics|vLaboratory manuals. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
700 1  Martins-de-Souza, Daniel,|eeditor. 
830  0 Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.) ;|v1156.
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