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000098636 245__ $$aProteomics: Theoretical and Experimental Considerations
000098636 269__ $$a1999
000098636 260__ $$c1999
000098636 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000098636 500__ $$a9-0 FIELD Section Title:Biochemical Methods
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000098636 500__ $$aSchool of Chemical Engineering,Cornell University,Ithaca,NY,USA. FIELD URL:
000098636 500__ $$awritten in English.
000098636 520__ $$aA review with 30 refs. Cellular engineering relies on the ability to decipher the genetic basis of various phenotypes. Emerging technologies for analyzing the biol. function of the information encoded in the genome of particular organisms and/or tissues focus on the monitoring of transcription (mRNA) and translation (protein) processes. Elementary theor. considerations presented in this article strongly suggest that a combination of mRNA and protein expression patterns should be simultaneously considered to fully develop a conceptual understanding of the functional architecture of genomes and gene networks. We propose a framework of exptl. and math. methods for acquiring and analyzing quant. proteomic information and discuss recent developments in proteome anal. technol. [on SciFinder (R)]
000098636 6531_ $$areview proteomics protein expression research methods
000098636 700__ $$0240657$$g174688$$aHatzimanikatis, Vassily
000098636 700__ $$aChoe, Leila H.
000098636 700__ $$aLee, Kelvin H.
000098636 773__ $$j15$$tBiotechnology Progress$$k3$$q312-318
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