Special Issue “The Impact of Mass Spectrometry-Based Omics Approaches in the Fight against COVID-19: From the Diagnosis to Therapies”
A special issue of BioChem (ISSN 2673-6411).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 May 2022.
Special Issue Editor
Interests: proteomics; clinical proteomics; mass spectrometry; biomarker discovery; analytical chemistry; MALDI-TOF MS, proteins; peptides; proteome; organic chemistry
Special Issue Information
There is an urgent need to better understand the molecular mechanisms involved in the SARS-CoV-2 life cycle and in its variants in order to fight the pandemic with appropriate diagnostic and therapeutic interventions. Mass-spectrometry-based proteomics has addressed and could further impressively address important issues including how to increase testing capacity, how the virus causes disease, which key regulators are implicated in the host response, what the cellular and systemic processes or pathways involved in the human immune system are, and many others. In the actual efforts to overcome COVID-19, however, additional studies are mandatory. This Special Issue will include articles and reviews that contribute through the means of proteomics and other integrated omics approaches to answer the various research questions around this pandemic.
Prof. Dr. Rosa Terracciano
Manuscript Submission Information
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- mass spectrometry
- antiviral agents
- drug discovery
- protein–protein interactions
- virus–host interaction
- virus diagnosis