Proteomics and integrative omic approaches for understanding host–pathogen interactions and infectious diseases

  title={Proteomics and integrative omic approaches for understanding host–pathogen interactions and infectious diseases},
  author={Pierre M. Jean Beltran and Joel D. Federspiel and Xinlei Sheng and Ileana M. Cristea},
  journal={Molecular Systems Biology},
Organisms are constantly exposed to microbial pathogens in their environments. When a pathogen meets its host, a series of intricate intracellular interactions shape the outcome of the infection. The understanding of these host–pathogen interactions is crucial for the development of treatments and preventive measures against infectious diseases. Over the past decade, proteomic approaches have become prime contributors to the discovery and understanding of host–pathogen interactions that… 

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