Reviews & Perspectives
Deciphering Spatial Protein–Protein Interactions in Brain Using Proximity LabelingIn Brief PL has emerged as a powerful tool to identify proteomes in distinct cell types in brain as well as proteomes and protein–protein interaction networks in structures difficult to isolate, such as the synaptic cleft, axonal projections, or astrocyte–neuron junctions. Here, we review recent advances in PL methods and their application to neurobiology.
MHC Class I Immunopeptidome: Past, Present, and FutureIn Brief A pioneer in studying CD8+ T-cell immunosurveillance of viruses and tumors reviews the critical contributions of MS-based studies to early, current, and future understanding of how cells generate the MHC class I immunopeptidome: the repertoire of foreign and self-peptides presented by MHC class I molecules for T-cell recognition.
Subcellular Transcriptomics and Proteomics: A Comparative Methods ReviewIn Brief The interior of the cell is molecularly crowded. Its compartmentalization within organelles enables the regulation of biochemical processes and allows multifunctionality of proteins and RNAs. Subcellular information can thus give insights into the function of these biomolecules. Multiple techniques to measure such information have been established, with ever-increasing throughput and sensitivity. These techniques are covered in this review, and demonstrating their application is providing valuable insights into cellular biology, such as aiding our understanding of single-cell heterogeneity and posttranslational modifications.