Acceleration and Improvement of Protein Identification by Mass Spectrometry

  • Willy Vincent Bienvenut

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxii
  2. WV. Bienvenut
    Pages 1-118
  3. WV. Bienvenut, JC. Sanchez, A. Karmime, V. Rouge, K. Rose, PA. Binz et al.
    Pages 119-137
  4. WV. Bienvenut, C. Deon, J-C. Sanchez, DF. Hochstrasser
    Pages 139-150
  5. PA. Binz, M. Muller, D. Walther, WV. Bienvenut, R. Gras, C. Hoogland et al.
    Pages 151-168
  6. Muller M, Gras R, Appel R D, Bienvenut W V, Hochstrasser D F
    Pages 169-188
  7. WV. Bienvenut, C. Hoogland, A. Greco, M. Heller, E. Gasteiger, RD. Appel et al.
    Pages 189-207
  8. WV. Bienvenut, C. Deon, C. Pasquarello, JM. Campbell, JC. Sanchez, ML. Vestal et al.
    Pages 209-224
  9. WV. Bienvenut, M. Müller, P.M. Palagi, E. Gasteiger, M. Heller, E. Jung et al.
    Pages 225-281
  10. Back Matter
    Pages 285-298

About this book


At present where protein identification and characterisation using mass spectrometry is a method of choice, this book is presenting a review of basic proteomic techniques. The second part of the book is related to the novel high throughput protein identification technique called the 'molecular scanner'.

Several protein identification techniques are described, especially the peptide mass fingerprint with MALDI-MS based method. E.g. ionisation process, matrix available, signal reproducibility and suppression effect, as well as date treatment for protein identification using bioinformatics tools.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Willy Vincent Bienvenut
    • 1
  1. 1.Biochemistry Institute, Protein Analysis FacilityLausanne UniversitySwitzerland

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