Human liver protein map: A reference database established by microsequencing and gel comparison

  title={Human liver protein map: A reference database established by microsequencing and gel comparison},
  author={Denis F. Hochstrasser and Severine Frutiger and Nicole Paquet and Amos Bairoch and Florence Ravier and Christian Pasquali and Jean-Charles Sanchez and Jean-Daniel Tissot and Bengt Bjellqvist and R. Vargas and Ron D. Appel and Graham J. Hughes},
This publication establishes a reference human liver protein map obtained with immobilized pH gradients. By microsequencing, 57 spots or 42 polypeptide chains were identified. By protein map comparison and matching (liver, red blood cell and plasma sample maps), 8 additional proteins were identified. The new polypeptides and previously known proteins are listed in a table and/or labeled on the protein map, thus providing a human liver two‐dimensional gel database. This reference map can be used… 

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