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* [http://jcb.rupress.org/content/190/4/491.full.pdf+html Mass spectrometry–based proteomics in cell biology] - review by Walther & Mann
 
* [http://jcb.rupress.org/content/190/4/491.full.pdf+html Mass spectrometry–based proteomics in cell biology] - review by Walther & Mann
 
* [http://www.springerlink.com/content/978-1-60761-443-2/ Proteome Bioinformatics] -  book published in 2010, free pdfs available
 
* [http://www.springerlink.com/content/978-1-60761-443-2/ Proteome Bioinformatics] -  book published in 2010, free pdfs available
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===Relevant Hype===
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* [http://archive.sciencewatch.com/march-april2007/sw_march-april2007_page3.htm Interview with Matthias Mann] (2007)
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    Q: Where do you see mass spectrometry taking the field of proteomics in the next 5 years?
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      A: The future is now limitless … we can read out the proteome in a quantitative way, in a large-scale fashion…
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        We not only want to know what proteins are present in a sample, but also how they're modified…
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    Q: Are there other applications we should keep our eyes out for?
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      A: … new field called "interaction proteomics" … see which proteins talk to which other proteins.

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Here are some introductory resources to the field of Mass Spectrometry Proteomics. Add more as you come across them.

Relevant Hype

   Q: Where do you see mass spectrometry taking the field of proteomics in the next 5 years?
     A: The future is now limitless … we can read out the proteome in a quantitative way, in a large-scale fashion… 
        We not only want to know what proteins are present in a sample, but also how they're modified…
   Q: Are there other applications we should keep our eyes out for?
     A: … new field called "interaction proteomics" … see which proteins talk to which other proteins.