Application of Gel-Based Proteomic Techniques: Unveiling the Molecular Tapestry

A special issue of Cells (ISSN 2073-4409). This special issue belongs to the section "Cellular Pathology".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 August 2024 | Viewed by 257

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Researcher, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS, USA
Interests: aggregation behavior; ionic liquid; ethylammonium temperature; density (specific gravity); compressibility 4-thiazolidinone; rhodanine; antineoplastic activity

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Post Doctoral Research Associate, Institute for Biosciences and Biotechnology Research, NIST, University of Maryland, College Park, Rockville, MD, USA
Interests: Alzheimer's disease; proteomics (brain and human eyes; ionic Liquids; membrane biophysics; mass spectrometry and NMR spectroscopy; fluorescence spectroscopy

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Post Doctoral Research Associate at Institute for Biosciences and Biotechnology Research, NIST, University of Maryland, Rockville, MD, USA
Interests: ionic liquids; cytotoxicity; cell cultures; antimicrobial peptides; membrane biophysics; proteins

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

In the ever-evolving landscape of proteomic research, the application of gel-based techniques stands as a cornerstone methodology, offering profound insights into the intricate world of proteins. As a seasoned researcher and expert in the field of proteomics, I propose a comprehensive exploration of the diverse applications, innovations, and challenges associated with gel-based proteomic techniques.

This special issue aims to provide a platform for researchers, scientists, and experts to share their groundbreaking contributions, methodologies, and discoveries in the realm of gel-based proteomics. Through collaborative efforts, we seek to advance our understanding of the biological significance and clinical implications embedded within the protein networks uncovered by these techniques. The significance of gel-based proteomic techniques extends beyond their traditional role as tools for protein separation. They have become indispensable in unravelling complex cellular processes, deciphering disease mechanisms, and identifying potential therapeutic targets. This special issue will accentuate the critical role gel-based proteomics plays in shaping the current landscape of life sciences. We are inviting original research articles, reviews, and methodological advancements that encompass the following themes, but are not limited to:

  1. Applications in Disease Biomarker Discovery:  Gel-Based Profiling of Cancer Biomarkers. Neuroproteomics: Unveiling Signatures in Neurological Disorders;
  1. Integration with Multi-Omics Approaches: Integrative Proteogenomics: Unifying Genomic and Proteomic Insights, Cross-Omics Data Integration for Systems Biology Understanding;
  2. Comparative Analysis with Alternative Proteomic Techniques: Gel vs. Liquid Chromatography: A Comparative Overview, Addressing Limitations: Combining Gel-Based and Label-Free Quantitative Proteomics;
  3. Advancements in Protein Resolution and Identification: Protein Staining Innovations: Focusing on new techniques in protein visualization, Enhanced Image Analysis: Covering improvements in analyzing gel-based proteomics data;
  4. Sustainable Practices in Gel-Based Proteomics: Green Chemistry in Electrophoresis: Highlighting eco-friendly approaches in protein separation, Eco-Conscious Lab Practices: Discussing sustainable methods in proteomic research;
  5. Translational Implications: From Bench to Bedside: Clinical Proteomics: Bridging the Gap from Discovery to Diagnostics, Therapeutic Target Identification through Gel-Based Approaches.

Dr. Gagandeep Singh
Dr. Sandeep Kumar
Dr. Navleen Kaur
Guest Editors

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