A complete mass-spectrometric map of the yeast proteome applied to quantitative trait analysis

  title={A complete mass-spectrometric map of the yeast proteome applied to quantitative trait analysis},
  author={Paola Picotti and Mathieu Cl{\'e}ment-Ziza and Henry Lam and David S. Campbell and Alexander Schmidt and Eric W. Deutsch and H. Roest and Zhi Xian Sun and Oliver Rinner and Lukas Reiter and Qin Shen and Jacob J. Michaelson and Andreas Frei and Simon Alberti and Ulrike Kusebauch and Bernd Wollscheid and Robert L. Moritz and Andreas Beyer and Ruedi Aebersold},
Experience from different fields of life sciences suggests that accessible, complete reference maps of the components of the system under study are highly beneficial research tools. Examples of such maps include libraries of the spectroscopic properties of molecules, or databases of drug structures in analytical or forensic chemistry. Such maps, and methods to navigate them, constitute reliable assays to probe any sample for the presence and amount of molecules contained in the map. So far… CONTINUE READING
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