Triggered by challenging biomedical and biological research questions, we introduce technologies for studying the diverse aspects of proteomes by means of mass spectrometry. We focus on the analysis of protein modifications such as processing and master the enrichment of protein N-terminal peptides, which report such processing events. These N-terminal peptides are also the best proxies for co-translational events occurring on nascent protein chains. In this respect, we study the N-terminal acetyltransferases that steer alpha-N-terminal protein acetylation in different model systems, including disease models.
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