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Protein phosphorylation analysis is a central theme in current analytical biochemistry, cell biology and systems biology. Due to its versatility, specificity and sensitivity, mass spectrometry has developed into a key technology in this field. A set of minor and major instrumental innovations mean that mass spectrometers now exhibit a level of performance, a stability of operation, a relative ease of use, and productivity, which would once have been hard to imagine. This book guides the reader through this prolific field by presenting a collection of personal views and selected examples which…mehr

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Protein phosphorylation analysis is a central theme in current analytical biochemistry, cell biology and systems biology. Due to its versatility, specificity and sensitivity, mass spectrometry has developed into a key technology in this field. A set of minor and major instrumental innovations mean that mass spectrometers now exhibit a level of performance, a stability of operation, a relative ease of use, and productivity, which would once have been hard to imagine. This book guides the reader through this prolific field by presenting a collection of personal views and selected examples which cover all the important principles with a focus on electrospray ionization mass spectrometry. It covers: phosphorylation analysis at the peptide, protein and proteome level; manual and automated data evaluation; phosphopeptide enrichment; quantitative aspects; element mass spectrometry; individual analytical strategies, and hints to useful internet resources. This book provides students, graduate students, post-Docs and senior scientists from related areas with a better understanding on molecular protein phosphorylation analysis. Its highest aim is to strengthen the reader's ability to develop a personal, well-founded opinion on original manuscripts published in this field.
Autorenporträt
Wolf D. Lehmann studied at the Universities of Bonn and Z?rich before gaining his PhD in 1975. He is currently based at the German Cancer Research Center in Heidelberg, Germany. His areas of expertise include analytical biochemistry, liquid chromatography, mass spectrometry, protein analysis, covalent protein modifications, and peptide sequencing by tandem mass spectrometry. He has published 120 peer-reviewed articles, made numerous book contributions and is on the Advisory Board of the FEBS Journal. He is also a member of the Society of German Chemists, German Society for Mass Spectrometry and American Society for Mass Spectrometry.