The Abundance of Short Proteins in the Mammalian Proteome

Abstract

Short proteins play key roles in cell signalling and other processes, but their abundance in the mammalian proteome is unknown. Current catalogues of mammalian proteins exhibit an artefactual discontinuity at a length of 100 aa, so that protein abundance peaks just above this length and falls off sharply below it. To clarify the abundance of short proteins… (More)

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@article{Frith2006TheAO, title={The Abundance of Short Proteins in the Mammalian Proteome}, author={Martin C. Frith and Alistair R R Forrest and Ehsan Nourbakhsh and Ken C. Pang and Chikatoshi Kai and Jun Kawai and Piero Carninci and Yoshihide Hayashizaki and Timothy L. Bailey and Sean M. Grimmond}, journal={PLoS Genetics}, year={2006}, volume={2}, pages={1559 - 1563} }