Proteomic tools to decipher microbial community structure and functioning

@inproceedings{ArsnePloetze2015ProteomicTT,
  title={Proteomic tools to decipher microbial community structure and functioning},
  author={Florence Ars{\`e}ne-Ploetze and Philippe N. Bertin and Christine Carapito},
  booktitle={Environmental science and pollution research international},
  year={2015}
}
Recent advances in microbial ecology allow studying microorganisms in their environment, without laboratory cultivation, in order to get access to the large uncultivable microbial community. With this aim, environmental proteomics has emerged as an appropriate complementary approach to metagenomics providing information on key players that carry out main metabolic functions and addressing the adaptation capacities of living organisms in situ. In this review, a wide range of proteomic approaches… CONTINUE READING
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