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Clinical Proteomics and Bioinformatics

Online ISSN: 2398-3124

Founding Editor in Chief

Abdul R. Asif

University Medical Center Göttingen

Viroj Wiwanitkit

Hainan Medical University

Alexander E. Berezin

State Medical University

The Clinical Proteomics and Bioinformatics is an international peer-reviewed journal that publishes original and high-quality research papers, short communications, reviews, editorial commentary & news, and opinions & perspectives in all areas of the clinical proteomics and bioinformatics. the CPB includes all major themes pertaining to clinical proteomics, molecular medicine and bioinformatics research including but not limited to; translational proteomics, toxicoproteomics, biomarker discovery, immunoproteomics, functional proteomics, drug designing, microbial & viral proteomics, protein-drug interactions, protein-protein interaction, system biology approaches to clinical issues, novel developments in proteome bioinformatics, novel application of computational methods for the modeling and analysis of proteome data, protein pathway prediction & characterization.

The articles can be accessed online immediately on their publication. We are committed to providing authors with a rapid, fair, and constructive review process, with a goal of giving the majority of first decisions within two weeks.

Clinical Proteomics and Bioinformatics (CPB) is now open for submissions. You can submit your manuscript to:  submissions@oatext.com

Please, follow the Instructions for Authors. In the cover letter add the name and e-mail address of 5 proposed reviewers (we can choose them or not).

Copyright is retained by the authors and articles can be freely used and distributed by others. Articles are distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work, first published CPB, is properly cited.

Abdul R. Asif


Abdul R. Asif is professor of molecular medicine at the Institute of Clinical Chemistry, University Medical Center Göttingen (UMG). Beside this at the Central UMG-Laboratories, he is responsible for various diagnostic units for patient care. Prof. Asif has extensive experience in the field of clinical proteomics, in particular translational proteomics, differential proteomics, target elucidation and characterization of posttranslational modifications, preanalytics issues in clinical proteomics. His research focuses on identifying novel molecular targets of drugs, protein-protein and protein–drug interactions, ChIP-o-proteomics, immuno-proteomics for identification of new diagnostic and vaccine targets, use of proteomics tools and techniques to understand the physiology and pathophysiology of disease. His research group is collaborating with national and international partners in wide range of clinical and molecular medicine research topics. His teaching activities encompass a range of clinical proteomics, molecular medicine topics and investigative diagnostics. He has authored and co-authored more than 65 peer reviewed articles and a number of book contributions in the field of clinical proteomics and molecular medicine.

Viroj Wiwanitkit


Professor Viroj Wiwanitkit M.D is a Visiting University Professor, Hainan Medical University, Hainan China/Honorary professor, Dr DY Patil University, India/ Visiting Professor, Faculty of Medicine, University of Nis, Serbia/ Special Lecturer, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok Thailand/ Adjunct Professor, Joesph Ayo Babalola University, Nigeria/ Professor, Senior Expert, Surin Rajabhat University, Surin, Thailand. He is presently a visiting University Professor, Hainan Medical University, China.

He holds degree M.D. (honour’s) Board of Family Medicine, Thai Medical Council, Fellowship of Clinical Scientist Association, USA (invited), Fellowship of International Society of Gene therapy and Molecular biology (invited), Fellowship of International Society of Cancer Therapy (invited), Membership of European Society of Pediatric Nutrition (invited),  Nominated by Marquis Who’s Who Records.

His Researches and publications have More than 2,000 publications in the international journal (in science and medicine index such as Scopus, PubMed, Medline, Chem Abstract and ISI). He also has more than 150 Invited chapters in many international textbooks and more than 30 textbooks in Thailand and International level.

Professor Viroj Wiwanitkit Main research interests include Tropical medicine, Laboratory science (biomedical), Nanoscience and nanotechnology, Bioinformatics and medical engineering, Family medicine, social medicine and public health.

Alexander E. Berezin

Professor Alexander E. Berezin received the MD degree from State Medical University, Zaporozhye, Ukraine, in 1992. PhD degree in field of Heart Failure was earned in State Medical University, Zaporozhye, Ukraine in 1994. The primary qualification is internal medicine; the secondary qualifications are cardiology, rheumatology, and ultrasound exam.

He is currently Professor of Medicine, Consultant of Cardiology Unit of Internal Medicine Department at State Medical University, Zaporozhye, Ukraine.

His research interest includes the fundamental study of biological markers of cardiovascular and metabolic diseases, heart failure, diabetes mellitus, obesity, endothelial dysfunction, microvesicles, stem cells, the implementation of visualization procedures and percutaneous cardiovascular interventions, the development of cardiovascular prevention and rehabilitation, especially in the field affected heart failure and coronary artery disease, improving knowledge in vascular biology and regenerative medicine.

Abdul R. Asif


Abdul R. Asif is professor of molecular medicine at the Institute of Clinical Chemistry, University Medical Center Göttingen (UMG). Beside this at the Central UMG-Laboratories, he is responsible for various diagnostic units for patient care. Prof. Asif has extensive experience in the field of clinical proteomics, in particular translational proteomics, differential proteomics, target elucidation and characterization of posttranslational modifications, preanalytics issues in clinical proteomics. His research focuses on identifying novel molecular targets of drugs, protein-protein and protein–drug interactions, ChIP-o-proteomics, immuno-proteomics for identification of new diagnostic and vaccine targets, use of proteomics tools and techniques to understand the physiology and pathophysiology of disease. His research group is collaborating with national and international partners in wide range of clinical and molecular medicine research topics. His teaching activities encompass a range of clinical proteomics, molecular medicine topics and investigative diagnostics. He has authored and co-authored more than 65 peer reviewed articles and a number of book contributions in the field of clinical proteomics and molecular medicine.

Viroj Wiwanitkit


Professor Viroj Wiwanitkit M.D is a Visiting University Professor, Hainan Medical University, Hainan China/Honorary professor, Dr DY Patil University, India/ Visiting Professor, Faculty of Medicine, University of Nis, Serbia/ Special Lecturer, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok Thailand/ Adjunct Professor, Joesph Ayo Babalola University, Nigeria/ Professor, Senior Expert, Surin Rajabhat University, Surin, Thailand. He is presently a visiting University Professor, Hainan Medical University, China.

He holds degree M.D. (honour’s) Board of Family Medicine, Thai Medical Council, Fellowship of Clinical Scientist Association, USA (invited), Fellowship of International Society of Gene therapy and Molecular biology (invited), Fellowship of International Society of Cancer Therapy (invited), Membership of European Society of Pediatric Nutrition (invited),  Nominated by Marquis Who’s Who Records.

His Researches and publications have More than 2,000 publications in the international journal (in science and medicine index such as Scopus, PubMed, Medline, Chem Abstract and ISI). He also has more than 150 Invited chapters in many international textbooks and more than 30 textbooks in Thailand and International level.

Professor Viroj Wiwanitkit Main research interests include Tropical medicine, Laboratory science (biomedical), Nanoscience and nanotechnology, Bioinformatics and medical engineering, Family medicine, social medicine and public health.

Alexander E. Berezin

Professor Alexander E. Berezin received the MD degree from State Medical University, Zaporozhye, Ukraine, in 1992. PhD degree in field of Heart Failure was earned in State Medical University, Zaporozhye, Ukraine in 1994. The primary qualification is internal medicine; the secondary qualifications are cardiology, rheumatology, and ultrasound exam.

He is currently Professor of Medicine, Consultant of Cardiology Unit of Internal Medicine Department at State Medical University, Zaporozhye, Ukraine.

His research interest includes the fundamental study of biological markers of cardiovascular and metabolic diseases, heart failure, diabetes mellitus, obesity, endothelial dysfunction, microvesicles, stem cells, the implementation of visualization procedures and percutaneous cardiovascular interventions, the development of cardiovascular prevention and rehabilitation, especially in the field affected heart failure and coronary artery disease, improving knowledge in vascular biology and regenerative medicine.

Editorial Board


Alireza Heidari

Professor
Faculty of Chemistry
California South University
Irvine, California, USA

Elisa Robotti

Associate Professor
Analytical Chemistry and Chemometrics
Sciences and Technological Innovation
University of Piemonte Orientale
Italy

Yuriy L Orlov

Professor
Russian Academy of Sciences
Novosibirsk State University
Russia


Martin Grootveld

Professor
Bio analytical Chemistry and Chemical Pathology
De Montfort University
UK

Sutherland Maciver

Professor
Genes and Development Group
Department of Biomedical Sciences,
University of Edinburgh,
UK

Julian Borejdo

Professor
Department of Mol Biol & Immunology
University of North Texas
USA


Tiziana Bonaldi

Professor
Quantitative proteomics and gene expression regulation
Department Oncology
European Institute of Oncology
Italy

Alireza Rafieerad

Professor
Department of Mechanical Engineering
University of Malaya
Malaysia

Xuan Guo

Adjunct Professor
Postdoctoral research associate
Georgia State University
USA


Nawin Mishra

Distinguished Professor
Department of Biology
University of South Carolina
USA

Chung-Hsuan Chen

Adjunct Professor
The Genomics Research Center
Department of Bio-industrial Mechatronics Engineering
National Taiwan University
Taiwan

Andrea Padoan

Professor
Department of Medicine (DIMED)
University of Padova
Italy.


Francesca Baldelli Bombelli

Associate Professor
Department of Chemistry
Politecnico di Milano
Italy

Wei Zou

Research Scientist
California Department of Public Health
USA

PanTong

Research Statistical Analyst
Department of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
Division of Quantitative Sciences
Anderson Cancer Center
USA


Chen Bingkun K

Assistant Professor
Department of Neurology
Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
USA

Giovanni Luca Christian Masala

Faculty of Science and Engineering
Plymouth University
England
UK

Khalid ul Rehman Hakeem

Associate Professor Department of Biological Sciences
Faculty of Science
King Abdulaziz University
Saudi Arabia


Xiaofeng Zheng

Research statistical analyst
Department of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
Anderson Cancer Center
USA

Giuseppe Donato

Associate Professor
Department of Health Sciences
Universita' degli Studi "Magna Græcia" di Catanzaro Catanzaro
Italy

S R Bathula

Associate Professor
Department of Biotechnology
Bapuji Institute of Engineering & Technology
Davangere, India


Nour Eldaim Elnoman Elbadawi

Associate professor
Department of Biochemistry
Shaqra University
Saudi Arabia

Xiaoli Jiao

Scientist
Advanced Biomedical Computing Center
Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research
USA

Cristina Al-Khalili Szigyarto

School of Biotechnology
Royal Institute of Technology
Stockholm, Sweden


Ning LI

Professor
Division of Life Science
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Hong Kong, China

Laura Betti

Professor of Biochemistry
Department of Pharmacy
University of Pisa
Italy

M M Rahman

Department of Chemistry
Faculty of Science
King Abdulaziz University
Jeddah, KSA.


Lian WU

Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences
Department of Pharmacology
University of Auckland
New Zealand

Xiaolan “Alice” Fang

Associate professor
Department of Computational Biology
New York Genome Center
USA

Prof. Domenica Scumaci

Professor
Group leader
Laboratory of Proteomics
Dpt. of Experimental and Clinical Medicine
Magna Græcia University of Catanzaro
Catanzaro

In Press

Volume 2, Issue 1


Phytochemical analysis, molecular docking and molecular dynamics simulations of selected phytoconstituents from four herbs as anti-dotes for snake bites

S.Subasri Vijayan Viswanathan Manish Kesharwani D.Velmurugan

Research Article-Clinical Proteomics and Bioinformatics (CPB)

December 27, 2016


Current Issue

Volume 1, Issue 3


Modeling studies of arginase from Helicobacter pylori divulge novel inhibitor-protein interactions

Rajesh N. Gacche Rohan J. Meshram Ashwini A. Dawane Sonali S. Kamble Ganpat P. Shinde Vivek N. Dhabadge Kapil K. Patil c

Research Article-Clinical Proteomics and Bioinformatics (CPB)

May 18, 2016


In silico: analysis of retinoblastoma gene & novel drug designing

Farhina Pasha

Research Article-Clinical Proteomics and Bioinformatics (CPB)

October 13, 2016


Addition of protease inhibitors to EDTA containing blood collection tubes does not deliver significant advantage for preservation of plasma for down-stream analysis

Mahboob S Ahn SB Mohamedali A Amirkhani A Tan S-H Ranganathan S Nice E Baker M S

Research Article-Clinical Proteomics and Bioinformatics (CPB)

October 31, 2016


Insight to FBXO31 Novel Mutation p.Cys283Asn causing Non‑Syndromic Autosomal Recessive Intellectual Disability using Computational Methods

Sobiah Rauf Asif Mir

Research Article-Clinical Proteomics and Bioinformatics (CPB)

November 18, 2016


Archive


Volume 1

Modeling studies of arginase from Helicobacter pylori divulge novel inhibitor-protein interactions

Rajesh N. Gacche Rohan J. Meshram Ashwini A. Dawane Sonali S. Kamble Ganpat P. Shinde Vivek N. Dhabadge Kapil K. Patil c

Research Article-Clinical Proteomics and Bioinformatics (CPB)

May 18, 2016


In silico: analysis of retinoblastoma gene & novel drug designing

Farhina Pasha

Research Article-Clinical Proteomics and Bioinformatics (CPB)

October 13, 2016


Addition of protease inhibitors to EDTA containing blood collection tubes does not deliver significant advantage for preservation of plasma for down-stream analysis

Mahboob S Ahn SB Mohamedali A Amirkhani A Tan S-H Ranganathan S Nice E Baker M S

Research Article-Clinical Proteomics and Bioinformatics (CPB)

October 31, 2016


Insight to FBXO31 Novel Mutation p.Cys283Asn causing Non‑Syndromic Autosomal Recessive Intellectual Disability using Computational Methods

Sobiah Rauf Asif Mir

Research Article-Clinical Proteomics and Bioinformatics (CPB)

November 18, 2016


Different therapeutic strategies chosen according to different mechanism of sepsis

Kong Lingjie An Ting MengQingyi

Research Article-Clinical Proteomics and Bioinformatics (CPB)

May 19, 2016


Protein separation by two different first dimension isoelectric point ranges in two-dimensional electrophoresis gels from Nguni breed m. longissimus lumborum using different staining methods

Kgantjie Walter Moloto Lorinda Frylinck Tebogo. Pitse Phillip Evert Strydom Gerrit Koorsen

Research Article-Clinical Proteomics and Bioinformatics (CPB)

February 05, 2016


Personalized proteomics: The next step

Jennifer Brown

Research Article-Clinical Proteomics and Bioinformatics (CPB)

August 26, 2016


Analysis of risk factors on prognosis of Acinetobacter baumannii bloodstream infection

Qiao L Zhang JS Mei YN Zhang HZ Su CL c

Research Article-Clinical Proteomics and Bioinformatics (CPB)

August 29, 2016


Conceptual Aspects of Causal Networks in an Applied Context

Azam Yazdani

Research Article-Clinical Proteomics and Bioinformatics (CPB)

February 05, 2016


Bilateral Cervical Nodal Metastasis from Unknown Primary Melanoma: A Therapeutic Dilemma

Vishwas. D. Pai Vidhya Manohar Suvarna Ravindranath Sushma. V. Pai

Case Report-Clinical Proteomics and Bioinformatics (CPB)

February 05, 2016


The Il2 'S Problem, Il4 Evidence in Asterias Rubens Sea Star.(Echinoderm)

Michel Leclerc Nicolas Kresdorn

Short Communication-Clinical Proteomics and Bioinformatics (CPB)

March 08,2016


Sequence, Structure and Functional Comparisons Suggest An Alternative Structure For The Bundle-Forming PilinBfpa

RajagopalChattopadhyaya HimadriBiswas

Research Article-Clinical Proteomics and Bioinformatics (CPB)

March 18,2016


Asterias Rubens : The Toll-LikeReceptors (Tlr)

Michel Leclerc Nicolas Kresdorn

Research Article-Clinical Proteomics and Bioinformatics (CPB)

March 31,2016


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