Reviews & Perspectives
Neuroproteomics of the Synapse: Subcellular Quantification of Protein Networks and Signaling DynamicsIn Brief Advancements in MS-based proteomics have increased the study of synaptic proteins using neuroproteomics. The development of proximity, genetic labeling and bio-orthogonal amino acid labeling approaches now allow for the study of synaptic protein–protein interactions and protein signaling dynamics. In this review, we highlight studies from the last 5 years, with a focus on synapse structure, composition, functioning, or signaling and finally discuss some recent developments that could further advance the field of neuroproteomics.
Proteome Turnover in the Spotlight: Approaches, Applications, and PerspectivesIn Brief In this review, we outline historical and current approaches to measure the kinetics of protein turnover on a proteome-wide scale in both steady-state and dynamic systems, with an emphasis on metabolic tracing using stable isotope–labeled amino acids. In addition, we highlight important considerations for designing proteome turnover experiments, key biological findings regarding the conserved principles of proteome turnover regulation, and future perspectives for both technological and biological investigations.