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

Rosa Sanchez-LucasJesus V Jorrín-Novo


The present review is an update of the previous one published in Proteomics 2015 Reviews special issue [Jorrin-Novo, J. V. et al., Proteomics 2015, 15, 1089-1112] covering the July 2014-2015 period. It has been written on the bases of the publications that appeared in Proteomics journal during that period and the most relevant ones that have been published in other high-impact journals. Methodological advances and the contribution of the field to the knowledge of plant biology processes and its translation to agroforestry and environmental sectors will be discussed. This review has been organized in four blocks, with a starting general introduction (literature survey) followed by sections focusing on the methodology (in vitro, in vivo, wet, and dry), proteomics integration with other approaches (systems biology and proteogenomics), biological information, and knowledge (cell communication, receptors, and signaling), ending with a brief mention of some other biological and translational topics to which proteomics has made some contribution.


Mar 22, 2002·Plant Molecular Biology·Thomas D McKnightDorothy E Shippen
Nov 12, 2002·Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America·Laura Silo-SuhDennis E Ohman
Aug 6, 2004·Molecular & Cellular Proteomics : MCP·T P J DunkleyK S Lilley
Mar 9, 2012·Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology·Ramón M RodríguezCarlos López-Larrea
May 1, 2013·Journal of Proteome Research·Raquel Gonzalez-FernandezJesus V Jorrin-Novo
Oct 15, 2013·Proteomics·Robert WildgruberJohann Bauer
Oct 19, 2013·Methods in Molecular Biology·Katsumi Sakata, Setsuko Komatsu
Oct 19, 2013·Methods in Molecular Biology·Luis Valledor, Wolfram Weckwerth
Nov 5, 2013·Antioxidants & Redox Signaling·Karl-Josef Dietz
Dec 11, 2013·Proteomics·Sun Tae KimRandeep Rakwal
Dec 18, 2013·Trends in Plant Science·Mark Stitt, Yves Gibon
Dec 18, 2013·Proteomics·Jianxin WangFang-Xiang Wu
Dec 18, 2013·Proteomics·Christian P MoritzEckhard Friauf
Jan 8, 2014·Proteomics·Bridget LolloLarry Gold
Jan 21, 2014·Journal of Proteomics·Jean ArmengaudErica M Hartmann
Feb 19, 2014·Clinical Reviews in Allergy & Immunology·Patrick S C LeungChristopher Chang
Mar 22, 2014·Proteomics·Svein-Ole Mikalsen
Mar 29, 2014·Proteomics·Marc VaudelHarald Barsnes
Apr 12, 2014·Proteomics·Zachery R Gregorich, Ying Ge
Apr 24, 2014·Nature Reviews. Molecular Cell Biology·Renze Heidstra, Sabrina Sabatini
May 9, 2014·The Plant Journal : for Cell and Molecular Biology·Luis ValledorWolfram Weckwerth
May 30, 2014·Nature·Mathias WilhelmBernhard Kuster
Jun 21, 2014·Trends in Plant Science·Biswapriya B MisraSixue Chen
Jul 11, 2014·Frontiers in Plant Science·Adam L HeubergerJessica E Prenni
Jul 22, 2014·Proteomics·Siri HildonenLéon Reubsaet
Jul 25, 2014·Proteomics·Óscar GallardoJoaquin Abian
Aug 15, 2014·Plant Physiology·Clelia De-la-Peña, Víctor M Loyola-Vargas
Aug 28, 2014·Proteomics·Yasset Perez-RiverolJuan Antonio Vizcaíno

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