A year (2014-2015) of plants inProteomicsjournal. Progress in wet and dry methodologies, moving from protein catalogs, and the view of classic plant biochemists

Rosa Sanchez-Lucas, Angela Mehta, Luis Valledor, Francisco Cabello-Hurtado, M. Cristina Romero-Rodrıguez, Lyudmila Simova-Stoilova, Sekvan Demir, Luis E. Rodriguez-de-Francisco, Ana M. Maldonado-Alconada, Ana L. Jorrin-Prieto, Jesus V. Jorrín-Novo
2016 Proteomics  
30 The present review is an update of the previous one published in Proteomics 2015 Reviews special 31 issue [1] covering the 2014-July 2015 period. It has been written on the bases of the publications that 32 appeared in Proteomics journal during that period and the most relevant ones that have been published 33 in other high-impact journals. Methodological advances and the contribution of the field to the 34 knowledge of plant biology processes and its translation to agroforestry and
more » ... ntal sectors 35 will be discussed. This review has been organized in four blocks, with a starting general introduction 36 (literature survey) followed by sections focusing on the methodology (in vitro, in vivo, wet and dry), 37 proteomics integration with other approaches (systems biology and proteogenomics), biological 38 information, and knowledge (cell communication, receptors and signaling), ending with a brief 39 mention of some other biological and translational topics to which proteomics has made some 40 contribution.
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