Seriously, both of these are totally worth checking out:
They are brand new and both seriously solid. The hard copies aren't available to order on Amazon for a bit, but if your library subscribes to full access through Springer link all the chapters have been loaded.
In the book on the left, there is a whole chapter devoted to proteomic data storage and sharing, and a really interesting breakdown of what databases you should be using -- and drawbacks of different strategies.
And the book on the right....
Suggestions for getting the best peptide yields out of different cells and body fluids AND --check this out!
How to get proteins out of plants (have you tried it? you might be very surprised by what DOESN'T WORK. I know I was....)
In not-at-all related news. DJ Bernie, at only 10 weeks old, is already dropping some sick beats.
(Just kidding..this mixer isn't even hooked up!)