Proteome Science considers manuscripts based on all aspects of functional and structural proteomics.


  • Martin Latterich, Proteogenomics Research Institute for Systems Medicine

Managing Editor

  • Fred Indig, NIA/NIH


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Hot topic articles

Protein arrays


An efficient procedure for protein extraction from formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded tissues for reverse phase protein arrays

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Proteome Science 2012, 10:56

Systems biology


Beads-free protein immunoprecipitation for a mass spectrometry-based interactome and posttranslational modifications analysis

Mikula M, Rubel T, Karczmarski J, Statkiewicz M, Bomsztyk K and Ostrowski J

Proteome Science 2015, 13:23

Mass spectrometry


Long-term consequences of in utero irradiated mice indicate proteomic changes in synaptic plasticity related signalling

Kempf SJ, von Toerne C, Hauck SM, Atkinson MJ, Benotmane MA and Tapio S

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Editors' profiles

Martin Latterich (Editor-in-Chief)

Martin Latterich

Martin Latterich is a Professor at the Proteogenomics Research Institute for Systems Medicine (PRISM) in San Diego. Martin completed his doctoral studies at Durham University, UK, before moving to the US as a postdoctoral fellow at the HHMI and University of California, Berkeley. Whilst serving on the faculty of the University of Montreal, McGill University and the Salk Institute, Martin has made outstanding academic progress, as recognized by the 2003 Tier I Canada Research Chair, the 1998 Pew Scholar Award and the 1997 Basil O'Connor Starter Scholar Award. He has also held senior management positions at several biotechnology companies, including Illumina. Martin and his laboratory focus on applying systems biology to study cancer, degenerative disease and aging. Rapidly advancing technologies in genomic sequencing, epigenomic profiling, RNA profiling and proteomics are used to capture the dynamic changes taking place during development of disease. Martin has been Editor-in-Chief of Proteome Science since its inception in 2001.

Fred E. Indig (Managing Editor)

Fred E. Indig heads the Confocal Imaging Facility at the National Institute on Aging in Baltimore, MD. Dr. Indig has a Ph.D. in Biochemistry and has performed post-doctoral research in Cell Biology at the Scripps Research Institute, San Diego, and has researched multi-component protein complexes at the Salk Institute, San Diego. In 1999 Dr. Indig moved to the NIH in Maryland, where he has continued his research into intracellular and intranuclear protein interactions, using advanced microscopy and biochemical techniques. Dr. Indig is currently involved in many collaborative studies characterizing protein-protein interactions and his research interest focuses on the structure-function relationship of molecular complexes involved in cellular processes ranging from membrane fusion to DNA repair. Dr. Indig has been the Managing Editor of Proteome Science since 2004.

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ISSN: 1477-5956