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Title HIV-1 proteomics : from discovery to clinical application / David R.M. Graham, David E. Ott, editors.
Imprint New York, NY : Springer, 2016.

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Subject HIV (Viruses)
Molecular virology.
HIV-1 -- physiology.
Proteomics -- methods.
Viral Proteins -- analysis.
Alt Name Graham, David R. M.,
Ott, David E.,
Description 1 online resource (117 pages) : illustrations
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Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed March 30, 2017).
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Part 1: Rebranding Classical Protein Chemistry: Proteomics of the Past -- Chapter 1: Introduction: HIV-1 Proteomics, Why Should One Care? -- Chapter 2: HIV-1 Biology at the Protein Level -- Chapter 3: 25 Years of HIV-1 Biochemistry -- Part 2: Modern HIV-1 Proteomics -- Chapter 4: Proteomic Studies of HIV -- Chapter 5: HIV-1 Sequencing -- Chapter 6: Proteomic Studies of HIV-1 and Its Posttranslational Modifications Colquhoun -- Chapter 7: Bioinformatics for Mass Spectrometry-Based Proteomics.
Summary The development of proteomic analyses using advanced mass spectrometry techniques has revolutionized the way proteins are studied, namely, as individual molecules within a complex system. HIV-1 Proteomics: From Discovery to Clinical Application comprehensively covers protein analysis from the early classic experimental days to current state-of-the-art HIV-1 proteomics in a clear informative style that brings expert-level understanding to the novice. Discussion of important clinical applications and future directions for the field also make this an ideal read for the expert. After finishing this book, the reader will have a complete and functional understanding of protein analysis from traditional biochemistry to modern proteomics.
ISBN 9781493965427 (electronic bk.)
1493965425 (electronic bk.)
9781493965403 (print)
1493965409 (print)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-1-4939-6542-7
OCLC # 961454610
Additional Format Printed edition: 9781493965403 (OCoLC)952154383.

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