Mass-spectrometry-based draft of the human proteome

@article{Wilhelm2014MassspectrometrybasedDO,
  title={Mass-spectrometry-based draft of the human proteome},
  author={Mathias Wilhelm and Judith Schlegl and Hannes Hahne and Amin Moghaddas Gholami and M. Lieberenz and Mikhail M. Savitski and Emanuel Ziegler and Lars Butzmann and Siegfried Gessulat and Harald Marx and Toby Mathieson and Simone Lemeer and Karsten Schnatbaum and Ulf Reimer and Holger Wenschuh and Martin Mollenhauer and Julia B. Slotta-Huspenina and Joos-Hendrik Boese and Marcus Bantscheff and Anja Gerstmair and Franz Faerber and Bernhard Kuster},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2014},
  volume={509},
  pages={582-587}
}
Proteomes are characterized by large protein-abundance differences, cell-type- and time-dependent expression patterns and post-translational modifications, all of which carry biological information that is not accessible by genomics or transcriptomics. Here we present a mass-spectrometry-based draft of the human proteome and a public, high-performance, in-memory database for real-time analysis of terabytes of big data, called ProteomicsDB. The information assembled from human tissues, cell… 

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