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Resources and tools on proteomics at UF and beyond
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Proteomics at UF: Centers and institutes devoted to proteomic research, graduate programs and a list of the latest publications on proteomics at UF.

Journals: A curated list of proteomics-related journals accesible at UF.

Protocols: Current Protocols Series, Protocols in print, and other useful online protocols.

Societies/Organizations: Main national/ international societies on genetics and proteomics, as well as some relevant intitutions and organizations working on proteomics.

Databases : Specific databases  and other proteomics-related tools.

Tutorials: Some of the free tutorial on proteomics available online.



Quick Links

Guide on Bioinformatics: Contains bioinformatics resources and tools available at UF and beyond, including Health Science Center Library support

Guide on Genetics: Includes resources and tools on genetics available at UF including library support for genetics

Guide on Genomics: This guide contains links to resources that will help with your genomics-related research


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Rolando Milian is no longer at the University of Florida. Until the new liaison arrives you can use the following contact information for library assistance.

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Proteomics is the study of proteins, with a focus on their structures and functions. This guide contains links to resources that will help with your proteomics-related research. Please contact us if you have questions, comments, or if there is any resource you would like to add to this libguide.

Additional resources and tools can be found at the Bioinformatics,  Genetics,  and Genomics.

Please, do not hesitate to contact Rolando Milian or Michele R. Tennant for questions or comments on the use of bioinformatics tools, resources, and services.

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