In-depth analysis of the membrane and cytosolic proteome of red blood cells.

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In addition to transporting oxygen and carbon dioxide to and from the tissues, a range of other functions are attributed to red blood cells (RBCs) of vertebrates. Diseases compromising RBC performance in any of these functions warrant in-depth study. Furthermore, the human RBC is a vital host cell for the malaria parasite. Much has been learned from… (More)

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@article{Pasini2006IndepthAO, title={In-depth analysis of the membrane and cytosolic proteome of red blood cells.}, author={Erica Pasini and Morten Kirkegaard and Peter Mortensen and Hans U. Lutz and Alan W. Thomas and Matthias Mann}, journal={Blood}, year={2006}, volume={108 3}, pages={791-801} }