A protein database constructed from low-coverage genomic sequence of Bacillus megaterium and its use for accelerated proteomic analysis.

Abstract

Peptide mass fingerprint (PMF) matching is a high-throughput method used for protein spot identification in connection with two-dimensional gel electrophoresis (2DE). However, the success of PMF matching largely depends on whether the proteins to be identified exist in the database searched. Consequently, it is often necessary to apply other more… (More)

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@article{Sun2006APD, title={A protein database constructed from low-coverage genomic sequence of Bacillus megaterium and its use for accelerated proteomic analysis.}, author={Jibin Sun and Wei Wang and Claudia Hundertmark and An-Ping Zeng and Dieter Jahn and W. D. Deckwer}, journal={Journal of biotechnology}, year={2006}, volume={124 3}, pages={486-95} }