Mass Spectrometry – Based Proteomics and Network Biology

@inproceedings{Galletta2013MassS,
  title={Mass Spectrometry – Based Proteomics and Network Biology},
  author={Brian J Galletta and John A. Cooper and Robert V Farese and Randal J Kaufman and Jonathan M Grimes and David I Stuart},
  year={2013}
}
In the life sciences, a new paradigm is emerging that places networks of interacting molecules between genotype and phenotype. These networks are dynamically modulated by a multitude of factors, and the properties emerging from the network as a whole determine observable phenotypes. This paradigm is usually referred to as systems biology, network biology, or integrative biology. Mass spectrometry (MS)–based proteomics is a central life science technology that has realized great progress toward… CONTINUE READING

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