During the last two decades, camel has become very important species worldwide. It is considered as a source of functional food and a factory to produce pharmaceutical products for human being. camel population increased during the last 14 years by 10 million (26, 944, 669 heads, FAO, 2012). Unfortunately, camel population in Iran remained constant during the last 2 decades (150, 000 heads) ! UAE is the only country in the world that makes strong move toward industrialization of camel milk and received the import permit for the milk to Europe. Although Africa has the greatest camel population (80%), its role in producing science in this species is very limited. In contrast, America and Europe with nearly no camel population, have great impact on producing science in camel proteins! During the last 2 decades, 283 articles on camel proteins were indexed by ISI (web of science). The contribution of Asia, Europe, America and Africa in producing such articles was 44, 37, 14 and 5%, respectively. Among 202 articles published in camel milk, 48 articles were on camel milk proteins, 33 articles were on the effect of camel milk on treating the diseases such as diabetes and allergies and 121 articles were on milk component analysis. Iran produced 18 articles in this topic. All articles published regarding proteins in camel blood (81 articles) were on immunoglobulins and nano-bodies. Iran produced 8 articles in this subject. With long term programs to study about camel proteins, we are able to produce more scientific articles and wealth for our country.