Roundtable on Advances in Single-Cell Proteomics: Building a Complete Picture of Cellular Identity

GenomeWeb convened a panel of single-cell proteomics experts to discuss the latest advances in the field and obstacles to its progress and the role of single-cell proteomics within the context of emerging integrative disciplines, such as single-cell multiomics studies and spatial biology.

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In this we discuss:

Key applications of single-cell proteomics in biological research
What single-cell proteomics can add to other single-cell analyses
The use of techniques that provide spatial information vs. the ones without a spatial component
The biggest technical challenges for single-cell proteomics
Technological advances that could push single-cell proteomics forward and new applications
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Advances in Single-Cell Proteomics

This GenomeWeb report is based on a virtual roundtable that discussed recent advances and future directions for analyzing proteomes in single cells.

Single-cell proteomics promises to build a much more complete picture of cellular identity because proteins directly carry out cellular function. But the field faces many challenges, largely due to the lack of direct amplification that is possible with nucleic acids.

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