Editorial Board ::: Current Protein & Peptide Science

ISSN: 1875-5550 (Online)
ISSN: 1389-2037 (Print)


Volume 17, 8 Issues, 2016


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Editor-in-Chief:
Ben M. Dunn
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology University of Florida
College of Medicine, P.O. Box 100245, Gainesville
Florida, FL 32610-0245
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Editor-in-Chief:

Ben M. Dunn
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology University of Florida
College of Medicine, P.O. Box 100245, Gainesville
Florida, FL 32610-0245
USA



Associate Editor(s):

R. Hoffmann
Institute of Bioanalytical Chemistry Center for Biotechnology and Biomedicine
Leipzig University
Leipzig
Germany

L. Otvos
Temple University
Philadelphia, PA
USA

V.N. Uversky
University of South Florida
College of Medicine
Tampa, FL
USA


Editorial Board Members:

I. Alican
Marmara University, School of Medicine
Istanbul
Turkey

K.-H. Baek
Pochon CHA University
Seoul
Korea

K. Borden
Université de Montréal
Montréal
Canada

O. Carugo
Pavia University
Padrice
Italy

F. Ceciliani
Universita di Milano
Milano
Italy

J.J. Dalluge
University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, MN
USA

G. Fields
Florida Atlantic University
Florida, FL
USA

T. Fukamizo
Kinki University
Nara
Japan

O.V. Galzitskaya
Russian Academy of Sciences
Moscow
Russia

M. Gross
Oxford Centre for Molecular Sciences
Oxford
UK

F. Harris
University of Central Lancashire
Preston
UK

M. Holmquist
Royal Institute of Tecnology
Stockholm
Sweden

Y. Ishii
Osaka University
Osaka
Japan

Z. Kelman
University of Maryland Biotechnology
New York, NY
USA

H. Kido
University of Tokushima
Tokushima
Japan

P.S. Leung
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Shatin
Hong Kong

J. Ma
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, TX
USA

M.J. Mcdonald
University of Massachusetts
Lowell, MA
USA

D.W. Morrish
University of Alberta
Edmonton Alberta, AB
Canada

N.G. Oikonomakos
The National Hellenic Research Foundation
Athens
Greece

M.W. Pennington
Bechem Bioscience Inc. King of Prussia
Pennsylvania, PA
USA

A. Pini
Universita degli Studi Siena
Siena
Italy

P.A. Robinson
University of Leeds
Leeds
UK

V. Srivastava
GlaxoSmithKline
Durham, NC
USA

G.N. Szabo
ELTE TTK Elmeleti Kermiai
Budapest
Hungary

B.O. Villoutreix
University Paris
Paris
France

J. Xiang
University of Saskatchewan
Saskatoon
Canada

Z.-Y. Zhang
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
New York, NY
USA

B. Asboth
Institute for Biochemistry and Protein Research
Godollo
Hungary

V. Barsegov
University of Massachusetts Lowell
Lowell, MA
USA

B. Byrne
Imperial College London
London
UK

M. S. Castro
Toxinology Laboratory and Brazilian Center for Protein Research Biology Institute
Brasilia/DF
Brazil

Z.Y. Chen
The Second Military Medical University
Shanghai
R.P. China

A. Dash
School of Pharmacy and Health Professions, Creighton University
Omaha
USA

P.M. Fischer
Cyclacel Limited
Scotland
UK

S. Futaki
Kyoto University
Uji Kyoto
Japan

E. Ganea
Romanian Academy
Bucharest
Romania

M. Hallberg
Uppsala University
Uppsala
Sweden

R. Hartmann-Petersen
Universitetsparken
Copenhagen
Denmark

F.R. Homaidan
American University of Beirut
Beirut
Lebanon

S. Jitrapakdee
Mahidol University
Bangkok
Thailand

R.H. Khan
Aligarh Muslim University
Aligarh
India

K.V.R. Kishan
Institute of Microbial Technology
Chandigarh
India

S. Liu
Southern Medical University
Guangzhou
P.R. China

P. Magni
Istituto di Endocrinologia
Milano
Italy

J.E. Mcgeehan
University of Portsmouth
Port smouth
UK

S. Muller
Institut de Biologie
Strasbourg
France

A.M. Papini
Ugo Schiff Università di Firenze
Sesto Fiorentino
Italy

G. Perry
College of Sciences, University of Texas
San Antonio, TX
USA

G.S. Prasad
Merck Research Laboratories
West Point, PA
USA

O. Shoseyov
Hebrew University
Jerusalem
Israel

H. Stark
Max- Plank Institute
Gottingen
Germany

V.P. Torchilin
Northeastern University
Boston, MA
USA

J. Wang
College of Pharmacy
Western University of Health Sciences, CA
USA

D. Xu
Oak Ridge National laboratory
Oak Ridge, TN
USA

C.-J. Zhou
University of California
San Francisco, CA
USA

M.C. Baccari
University of Florence
Florence
Italy

R. Boelens
Utrecht University
Utrecht
The Netherlands

C.A. Cabello-Verrugio
Faculty of Biological Sciences
Universidad Andres Bello
Chile

B.S. Cavada
Centro de Pesquisas Goncalo
Salvador Bahia
Brasil

T. Chiba
Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Medical Science
Tokyo
Japan

C. Dennison
University of Natal Biochemistry
Pietermarizburg
South Africa

E. Freire
The Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, MD
USA

P. Gal
Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Budapest
Hungary

M.H. Glickman
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
Haifa
Israel

W. Harnett
University of Strathclyde
Glasgow
UK

J. Heringa
Free University
Amsterdam
The Netherlands

C.A. Hrycyna
Purdue University
West Lafayette, IN
USA

S.M. Kelly
University of Glasgow
Scotland
UK

S.S. Khandekar
GlaxoSmithKline, King of Prussia
Pennsylvania, PA
USA

R.D. Ladner
UMDNJ-SOM 2 Medical Center Drive
Stratford, NJ
USA

F. Lolli
Università di Firenze
Firenze
Italy

R.E. Marchant
Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland, OH
USA

R. Meloen
Pepscan Systems
Lelystad
The Netherlands

H. Ohbayashi
Koseirenn Showa Hospital
Mizunami City
Japan

B. Penke
University of Szeged
Szeged
Hungary

D.A. Phoenix
University of Central Lancashire
Preston, PR
UK

E.C. Reynolds
University of Melbourne
Victoria
Australia

B. Sloane
Wayne State University
Michigan, MI
USA

A. Surolia
Indian Institute of Science
Bangalore
India

P.M. Viallet
University of Perpignan
Perpignan
France

M. Williams
The Ohio State University
Columbus, OH
USA

X. Zhang
Imperial College London
London
UK


Guest Editor(s):

Xi Ma
(P.R. China)

Issue Title: Advance of interactions between exogenous natural bioactive peptides and intestinal barrier and immune responses



Masanao Miwa
(Italy)

Issue Title: PARP multiple roles dependent on its structural domains: PARP interactions with enzymes involved in DNA sensing, Transcription pausing, and chromatin modelling



Palmiro Poltronieri
(Italy)

Issue Title: PARP multiple roles dependent on its structural domains: PARP interactions with enzymes involved in DNA sensing, Transcription pausing, and chromatin modelling



Diwan S. Rawat
(India)

Issue Title: Peptide Science at the Chemistry and Biology Interface



Prija Ponnan
(India)

Issue Title: Peptide Science at the Chemistry and Biology Interface





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