We are now accepting nominations for HUPO's annual awards. Nominations are due April 15, 2018. Click here to review the nomination requirements and list of awards.
HUPO 2018: September 30 - October 04
Abstract submission and registration will open soon. Program planning is well underway and a list of topics examined in 30 parallel sessions is now available on the HUPO 2018 World Congress website. Each parallel session will feature two invited speakers followed by five talks selected from submitted abstracts.
The Human Proteome Project (HPP)
CALL FOR PAPERS - JPR Special Issue
In December 2018, the 6th Special Issue of the Journal of Proteome Research on the HPP will be published encompassing both C-HPP and the Biology and Disease Human Proteome Project (B/D-HPP). Articles on uPE1 characterization among the other regular C-HPP topics, such as identification of missing proteins or mapping sequence variants of proteins are welcome for the Special Issue.The JPR Special Issue on the HPP will now consider short definitive reports, submitted in the Letters format, on the discovery of a Missing Protein(s). To be considered for publication, the missing protein(s) must meet the Guidelines v 2.1 and be cast in the context of both the HPP and biological setting in which they were discovered. We anticipate this format will encourage many teams, particularly of the B/D-HPP, to highlight such protein discoveries in a disease and biological context.
Read more in the call for papers below. Submission Deadline: May 31st, 2018
One of the main goals of the Biology and Disease Human Proteome Project (B/D-HPP) is to unveil the molecular basis of physiological/pathological processes by the identification of the driver proteins involved. To guide studies in this direction, B/D HPP initiatives have been encouraged to configure lists of popular proteins in their specific areas (highly cited proteins in association with the topic of interest) to generate functional hypothesis and to pave the way for new clinical developments. Read on here.
New Direction for the HPP
Proteins are biologically active biomolecules encoded by genes, which realize the key molecular events of life. The Chromosome-Centric Human Proteome Project (C-HPP), together with the proteomic scientific community, had a successful five years of research progress to identify missing proteins in the human proteome. See more
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