Birth of plant proteomics in India: a new horizon

Narula, Kanika ; Pandey, Aarti ; Gayali, Saurabh ; Chakraborty, Niranjan ; Chakraborty, Subhra (2015) Birth of plant proteomics in India: a new horizon Journal of Proteomics, 127 . pp. 34-43. ISSN 1874-3919

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In the post-genomic era, proteomics is acknowledged as the next frontier for biological research. Although India has a long and distinguished tradition in protein research, the initiation of proteomics studies was a new horizon. Protein research witnessed enormous progress in protein separation, high-resolution refinements, biochemical identification of the proteins, protein–protein interaction, and structure–function analysis. Plant proteomics research, in India, began its journey on investigation of the proteome profiling, complexity analysis, protein trafficking, and biochemical modeling. The research article by Bhushan et al. in 2006 marked the birth of the plant proteomics research in India. Since then plant proteomics studies expanded progressively and are now being carried out in various institutions spread across the country. The compilation presented here seeks to trace the history of development in the area during the past decade based on publications till date. In this review, we emphasize on outcomes of the field providing prospects on proteomic pathway analyses. Finally, we discuss the connotation of strategies and the potential that would provide the framework of plant proteome research.

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Keywords:Plant Proteomics; Protein Research; India; 2-DGE; Mass Spectrometry; Review
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