The pitfalls of proteomics experiments without the correct use of bioinformatics tools.

@article{Biron2006ThePO,
  title={The pitfalls of proteomics experiments without the correct use of bioinformatics tools.},
  author={David Georges Biron and Christine Brun and Thierry Lefevre and Camille Lebarbenchon and Hugh D Loxdale and François Chevenet and Jean-Paul Brizard and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Thomas},
  journal={Proteomics},
  year={2006},
  volume={6 20},
  pages={5577-96}
}
The elucidation of the entire genomic sequence of various organisms, from viruses to complex metazoans, most recently man, is undoubtedly the greatest triumph of molecular biology since the discovery of the DNA double helix. Over the past two decades, the focus of molecular biology has gradually moved from genomes to proteomes, the intention being to discover the functions of the genes themselves. The postgenomic era stimulated the development of new techniques (e.g. 2-DE and MS) and… CONTINUE READING

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