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Fields & Applications Proteomics

Image of the Month: Sticking Together

Co-regulation map demonstrating associations between human proteins of variable cellular origin: nuclear (dark blue), nucleolar (pale blue), cytoplasmic (green), ribosomal (yellow), mitochondrial (pink), and secreted (red). Credit: Michael Schrader – University of Exeter (1).

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  1. G Kustatscher et al., “Co-regulation map of the human proteome enables identification of protein functions”, Nat Biotechnol, 11, 1361 (2019). DOI: 10.1038/s41587-019-0298-5
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