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Our proteomics research books gives scientists a variety of resources on the dynamic nature of gene expression and regulation with protein profiling.

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Z731315 Cell-free Protein Synthesis practical advice for beginners and experts alike With its detailed description of membrane protein expression, high-throughput and genomic-scale expression studies, both on the analytical and the preparative scale, this book covers the latest advances in the field. The step-by-step protocols and practical examples given for each method constitute practical advice for beginners and experts alike.
P0741 Introduction to Proteomics:Tools for the New Biology This is an introduction to proteomics, a hot area in the biological sciences which enables scientists to study the protein complement of the genome. It refers to studying the functions of many proteins at one time, as opposed to how research was conducted in the mid-90′s where the technology did not enable the study of the entire protein system. From this, one is able to develop an overview of the way a genome functions and the role it plays in health and disease.
Z340820 Protein Expression: A Practical Approach Details of the expression of cloned DNA or RNA templates in all the major in vivo and in vitro systems are included such as cultured mammalian cells, the yeasts Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Pichia pastoris, baculovirus, Xenopus oocytes and prokaryotic cells. Cell-free systems of both eukaryotes and prokaryotes are described in addition to the prokaryotic systems that offer coupled transcription-translation.
Z705233 Separation Methods in Proteomics G. Smejkal and G. Lazarev, CRC Press, 2006, 536 pp., hard cover Protein separation techniques have been refined to minimize variability, optimize particular applications, and adapt to user preferences in the analysis of proteins. This book provides an examination of all major separation techniques for proteomics research. A compilation of hands-on methods, it may serve as a guide for selection of the optimal separation strategies to solve particular biological problems.

Progress in the development of robust analytical techniques and instrumentation has created the need for good quality biological samples that are subject to analysis. Emphasizing the importance of sample preparation, the book explains how proteomes can be divided into smaller, less complicated "subproteomes" for individual analysis.