Emerging Sample Treatments in Proteomics, 1st ed. 2019
Proteomics, Metabolomics, Interactomics and Systems Biology Series

Coordinator: Capelo Martínez José Luis

Language: Anglais
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Proteomics is a well-established area of Science; yet with a strong area in constant evolution, namely sample treatment. There few books that currently cover the field of emerging sample treatments in proteomics, this new volume will be the first to cover all emerging and existing studies. 

This unique book presents the latest advances in the field focusing on emerging trends linked to  high-resolution mass spectrometry, technology addressed to treat samples faster and to attempts to simplify the proteome for the reader. 


1. The Proteomic aproach.- 2. Tools of the trade.- 3. Sample handling for proteomics.- 4. Sample treatment for Saliva proteomics.- 5. Sample treatment for Plasma and Serum proteomics.- 6.Sample treatment for tissue proteomics.- 7. Sample treatment for Urine proteomics.- 8. Sample treatment for Plant proteomics.- 9. Sample treatment for Bacterial proteomics.- 10. Sample treatment for Viruses proteomics.- 11. Sample treatment for faecal proteomics.- 12. Sample treatment for de novo sequencing of proteins.

Dr. J. L. Capelo is co-head of the bioscopegroup (www.bioscopegroup.org) and his CV comprises (up to December 2018): 224 manuscripts; 205 congress communications (orals and posters); 23 projects; 2 Patents, 1 license agreement and 1 book. He has chaired 39 international conferences and presently is involved in the direction of 7. He was member of the advisory board of Talanta from 2006 to 2014, and he is Editor in Chief of the on-line Journal JIOMICS (www.JIOMICS.com) since its creation in 2011. He is presently mentoring or co-mentoring a total of seven doctoral theses and he has mentored 3 post-doctoral grants, 10 doctoral grants, 9 masters and 8 final projects. His current research interest is devoted to developing new methodological approaches in biomarker discovery using nanoparticles and new proteomics approaches to unravel bacterial resistance to antibiotics. He is Fellow Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry and member of the Portuguese Society of Chemistry.


Focuses on nanotechnology and label free quantification as the ultimate way to handle samples

Attempts to simplify the proteome for the reader

This book's approach is based in the latest technical advances, while still outlining the classic approaches