The discipline of proteomics has undergone considerably advances over the past two decades. Our ability to delve deeper into complex proteomes, identify post-translational modifications, and profile protein abundance has greatly expanded the utilization of mass spectrometry in biology. The plant research community has enthusiastically embraced proteomic approaches and has applied these technologies to explore a multitude of research questions in the field of plant biology (Jorrín-Novo et al., 2015). In 2011, a group of plant proteomic researchers established the International Plant Proteomics Organization (INPPO) to advance the application of this technology in plants and agriculture (Agrawal et al., 2011). The INPPO conducted its inaugural world congress in the autumn of 2014 at the University of Hamburg (Germany) (Lüthje et al., 2015). The meeting brought together leading international experts in plant proteomics and provided a critical mass for the discussion of proteomic technologies and their application in all aspects of plant biology. This Research Topic arose from this meeting as a means to capture current research, views, and approaches from the wider plant proteomics community.

Editorial: International Plant Proteomics Organization (INPPO) World Congress 2014.

MAZZUCA, Silvia;
2016

Abstract

The discipline of proteomics has undergone considerably advances over the past two decades. Our ability to delve deeper into complex proteomes, identify post-translational modifications, and profile protein abundance has greatly expanded the utilization of mass spectrometry in biology. The plant research community has enthusiastically embraced proteomic approaches and has applied these technologies to explore a multitude of research questions in the field of plant biology (Jorrín-Novo et al., 2015). In 2011, a group of plant proteomic researchers established the International Plant Proteomics Organization (INPPO) to advance the application of this technology in plants and agriculture (Agrawal et al., 2011). The INPPO conducted its inaugural world congress in the autumn of 2014 at the University of Hamburg (Germany) (Lüthje et al., 2015). The meeting brought together leading international experts in plant proteomics and provided a critical mass for the discussion of proteomic technologies and their application in all aspects of plant biology. This Research Topic arose from this meeting as a means to capture current research, views, and approaches from the wider plant proteomics community.
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