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|title: ||Fourteen years of plant proteomics reflected in Proteomics: moving from model species and 2DE-based approaches to orphan species and gel-free platforms|
|authors: ||Jorrín-Novo, Jesus V.|
Cristina Romero-Rodríguez, M.
Rodríguez-Ortega, Manuel J.
|keywords: ||Gel-based proteomics|
|issue date: ||2015|
|abstract: ||In this article, the topic of plant proteomics is reviewed based on related papers published in
the journal Proteomics since publication of the first issue in 2001. In total, around 300 original
papers and 41 reviews published in Proteomics between 2000 and 2014 have been surveyed. Our
main objective for this review is to help bridge the gap between plant biologists and proteomics
technologists, two often very separate groups. Over the past years a number of reviews on
plant proteomics have been published [1–7]. To avoid repetition we have focused on more
recent literature published after 2010, and have chosen to rather make continuous reference
to older publications. The use of the latest proteomics techniques and their integration with
other approaches in the “systems biology” direction are discussed more in detail. Finally we
comment on the recent history, state of the art, and future directions of plant proteomics, using
publications in Proteomics to illustrate the progress in the field. The review is organized into
two major blocks, the first devoted to provide an overview of experimental systems (plants,
plant organs, biological processes) and the second one to the methodology.|
|publisher version/DOI: ||http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/pmic.201400349|
|appears in collections||CESAM - Artigos|
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