Scope of the journal

Scope of the Journal involves Whole proteome analysis, protein expression profiling, disease, and analysis of cellular systems, organelles and protein complexes in terms of structure, function, properties and interactions, Techniques for protein pathway characterization, protein-drug interactions, Techniques for protein pathway characterization, View More
Original ResearchOpen Access

Comparative proteome analysis of Picrorhiza kurrooa Royle ex Benth. in response to drought

Sanjeeta K, Jai Parkash, Prakash Jyoti Kalita, Manjula Devi, Jyoti Pathania, Robin Joshi, Som Dutt
Journal of Proteome Science & Computational Biology 3 : 2

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Proteomic analysis of perfusate from in situ rat placenta perfusion

Lilong Wei, Lulu Jia, Rui Xiao, Menglin Li, Sucan Ma, Youhe Gao
Journal of Proteome Science & Computational Biology 3 : 1

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Annotation of glycoside hydrolases in Sorghum bicolor using proteins interaction approach

Manoj Kumar Sekhwal, Vinay Sharma, Renu Sarin
Journal of Proteome Science & Computational Biology 2 : 2

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RND-4 efflux transporter gene deletion in Burkholderia cenocepacia J2315: a proteomic analysis

Tania Gamberi, Silvia Rocchiccioli, Maria Cristiana Papaleo, Francesca Magherini, Lorenzo Citti, Silvia Buroni, Silvia Bazzini, Claudia Udine, Elena Perrin, Alessandra Modesti, Renato Fani
Journal of Proteome Science & Computational Biology 2 : 1

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Characterizing protein domain associations by Small-molecule ligand binding

Yanli  Wang, Stephen Bryant, Qingliang Li, Tiejun Cheng
Journal of Proteome Science & Computational Biology 1 : 6

MethodologyOpen Access

Business intelligence strategies enables rapid analysis of quantitative proteomics data

Lars Malmström, Pontus  Nordenfelt, Johan Malmström
Journal of Proteome Science & Computational Biology 1 : 5

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Information catalysis and intrinsically disordered proteins in large complexes

Rodrick Wallace
Journal of Proteome Science & Computational Biology 1 : 4

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Defragged Binary I Ching Genetic Code Chromosomes Compared to Nirenberg's and Transformed into Rotating 2D Circles and Squares and into a 3D 100% Symmetrical Tetrahedron Coupled to a Functional One to Discern Start From Non-Start Methionines through a Stella Octangula

Fernando  Castro-Chavez
Journal of Proteome Science & Computational Biology 1 : 3

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Systematic Investigation on Interactions for HIV Drug Resistance and Cross-Resistance among Protease Inhibitors

Jing Zhang, Tingjun Hou, Yang Liu, Gang Chen, Xiao Yang, Jun S. Liu, Wei Wang
Journal of Proteome Science & Computational Biology 1 : 2

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Blind prediction of quaternary structures of homo-oligomeric proteins from amino acid sequences based on templates

Shugo Nakamura, Mizuki Morita, Masanori Kakuta, Kentaro Shimizu
Journal of Proteome Science & Computational Biology 1 : 1

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Senior Editor

Dr. Danail Bonchev is a Professor, Department of Mathematics, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA. Dr. Bonchev's research interests span such areas as applied graph theory, information theory and network theory, systems biology, molecular and network structural analysis, complexity studies, cellular automata modeling dynamics of networks and pathways, applications to biomedical research.

Dr. Peter John Selby is a consultant physician at St. James's University Hospital, the St James's Institute of Oncology and Professor of Cancer Medicine at the University of Leeds, UK. His current research programmes are in biotherapy and in clinical cancer proteomics identifying novel biomarkers and new targets for cancer therapy.

Dr. Xiaobo Zhou is Professor and Head of Translational Biosystems Lab, Dept of Radiology, Methodist Hospital Research Institute, USA. Dr. Zhou´s research focuses on bioinformatics and, specifically, computational systems biology and bioimaging informatics. He has made significant contributions in gene microarray analysis, as well as bioimaging analysis and data modeling in high-content screening for compound screening, drug target validation, and candidate biomarker selection.

Dr. Ho Jeong Kwon Works at Chemical Genomics National Research Laboratory (NRL), Department of Biotechnology, College of Life Science & Biotechnology, Yonsei University, Korea. His research interest mainly focuses on Chemical Biology, Genomics, Proteomics.

Dr. Pengyuan Yang is the Deputy Director of Institutes of BioMedical Sciences, Fudan University, Shanghai, China. He is specialized in Mass-Spectrometry based technology and methodology, and is very active in the fields of bio-mass spectrometry, proteomics and bio-application of nano-materials, especially in the field of Biomass Spectrometry and its application in Proteomics and in cancer studies.

Journal of Proteome Science & Computational Biology Subject Areas

Chemical Genomics, Cloning & Expression, Drug design & Drug discovery, Evolutional Genomics, Expressed cDNA Sequence Tag (EST) sequencing, Functional RNA Analysis, Gene finding, Genes in Pathology of Human Disease, Genome assembly, Genome-Wide Association Studies, Genomics & Glycomics, Immunoinformatics and its role in microbes and vaccines, Immunoproteomics approach for fragment based vaccine design, Lipidomics, Massively Parallel Signature Sequencing (MPSS), Microarrays, Metabolomics, Microarray: An approach for current drug targets, human disease and development, Molecular Dynamics Simulations, NMR base genetic diversity, Novel approaches to bioinformatics problems in drug design, Oncogenomics, Pharmacogenomics, Phospho-Onco-Proteomics, Phosphoproteomics, Prediction of gene expression, Protein Folding, Protein-Protein Interactions: 2 Hybrid & 3 Hybrid System, Protein structure alignment, Protein structure prediction, Protein-Drug Interactions, egulation of Gene Expression, RNA-Seq, also known as Whole Transcriptome Shotgun Sequencing (WTSS), Serial Analysis of Gene Expression (SAGE) tag sequencing, Sequence alignment, Signal Transduction Pathways, SILAC, Techniques for Protein Pathway Charecterization, Technologies for Protein Analysis, Text mining, Thermodynamics, Top Down & Bottom Up approaches, Toxicogenomics, Transcriptomics, Transgenomics.