Proteomic analysis of temperature stress in plants
In this review we examine current approaches used for proteomic analysis of temperature stress in plants. Rapid advances in this field in recent years are discussed, including metabolic, chemical and isotopic labeling, and label-free quantitative techniques. These are compared and contrasted with well-established methods such as 2-DE approaches. Examples of applications of various methods are presented, and technical difficulties and limitations of each are also considered. Results of previous...[Show more]
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