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Systems Biology Approaches to Health Care: Mitochondrial Proteomics - Day 2

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Air date: Wednesday, September 18, 2002, 10:00:00 AM
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Category: Mitochondria
Runtime: 02:49:05
Description: The health care community, particularly the clinical diagnostics community, is moving towards a systems biology or proteomic approach to disease detection and diagnosis. A broad set of human health issues relate to mitochondrial function, from the biology of cancer development to issues relating to homeland security that include bioterrorism and chemical toxicities. Mitochondrial proteins are encoded by both nuclear and mitochondrial genes, making the human mitochondrial proteome a good candidate for an integrated systems biology/proteomics model system. The human mitochondrion is central to basic life functions for the generation of cellular energy, and as such is the site of key components of the biosynthetic pathways, as well as the cellular decision points leading to apoptosis (programmed cell death), and other important functions.

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NLM Title: Systems biology approaches to health care : mitochondrial proteomics [electronic resource] / NIST ... [et al.].
Series: Mitochondrial proteomics
Author: National Institute of Standards and Technology (U.S.)
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Other Title(s): Mitochondrial proteomics
Abstract: (CIT): The health care community, particularly the clinical diagnostics community, is moving towards a systems biology or proteomic approach to disease detection and diagnosis. A broad set of human health issues relate to mitochondrial function, from the biology of cancer development to issues relating to homeland security that include bioterrorism and chemical toxicities. Mitochondrial proteins are encoded by both nuclear and mitochondrial genes, making the human mitochondrial proteome a good candidate for an integrated systems biology/proteomics model system. The human mitochondrion is central to basic life functions for the generation of cellular energy, and as such is the site of key components of the biosynthetic pathways, as well as the cellular decision points leading to apoptosis (programmed cell death), and other important functions. For more information, visit Mitochondrial Proteomics.
Subjects: Mitochondria--physiology
Mitochondrial Proteins
Proteomics
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NLM Classification: QU 58.5
NLM ID: 101267780
CIT Live ID: 1945
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