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Going beyond the genome....in yeast

 
  March, 20 2002 2:51
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Going beyond the genome

A collaboration of scientists has completed the largest analysis, to date, of protein localization in any eukaryote. Published in Genes & Development, the researchers report on their effort to characterize the proteome of baker’s yeast. This work represents a major advance in S. cerevisiae proteomics, but it promises to be just the tip of the iceberg in these post-genomic times.
Contact:
Nora Poppito
poppito@cshl.org
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory


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