Tissue proteomics for the next decade? Towards a molecular dimension in histology.

@article{Longuespe2014TissuePF,
  title={Tissue proteomics for the next decade? Towards a molecular dimension in histology.},
  author={R{\'e}mi Longuesp{\'e}e and Maximilien Fl{\'e}ron and Charles Pottier and Florence Quesada-Calvo and Marie-Alice Meuwis and Dominique Baiwir and Nicolas Smargiasso and Gabriel D Mazzucchelli and Marie-Claire A De Pauw-Gillet and Philippe O Delvenne and Edwin De Pauw},
  journal={Omics : a journal of integrative biology},
  year={2014},
  volume={18 9},
  pages={539-52}
}
The concept of tissues appeared more than 200 years ago, since textures and attendant differences were described within the whole organism components. Instrumental developments in optics and biochemistry subsequently paved the way to transition from classical to molecular histology in order to decipher the molecular contexts associated with physiological or pathological development or function of a tissue. In 1941, Coons and colleagues performed the first systematic integrated examination of… CONTINUE READING
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