Sitting Down With... Ruedi Aebersold, Deputy Head, Department of Biology, Institute of Molecular Systems Biology, ETH Zurich, Switzerland.
Rich Whitworth |
You are giving a keynote lecture at HPLC – how about a sneak preview?
I’ll likely cover the new ability of proteomics to quantify proteins highly reproducibly across many samples, allowing a much better understanding of how biochemical systems function. One of the big, high priority questions is how genomic variability translates into different phenotypes, traits, and diseases. We can now measure genomic variability for whole populations with very high precision – we need to map that to function and abundances of proteins and enzymes in the cell.
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