Protein Sequencing Peer-review Journals

 The practical process of determining the amino acid sequence of all or part of a protein or peptide is defined as Protein sequencing This serves to recognize the protein or illustrate its post-translational alterations. Characteristically, incomplete sequencing of a protein provides adequate information of one or more sequence tags in order to identify it with reference to catalogues of protein sequences derived from the intangible transformation of genes. The two main straight methods of protein sequencing are mass spectrometry and Edman degradation using a protein sequencer. Mass spectrometry approaches are now the most extensively used for protein sequencing and documentation but Edman degradation remnants a appreciated tool for portraying a protein's N-terminus.                                                      

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