The UniProtKB guide to the human proteome

@inproceedings{Breuza2016TheUG,
  title={The UniProtKB guide to the human proteome},
  author={Lionel Breuza and Sylvain Poux and Anne Estreicher and Maria Livia Famiglietti and Michele Magrane and Michael Tognolli and Alan Bridge and Delphine Baratin and Nicole Redaschi},
  booktitle={Database},
  year={2016}
}
Advances in high-throughput and advanced technologies allow researchers to routinely perform whole genome and proteome analysis. For this purpose, they need high-quality resources providing comprehensive gene and protein sets for their organisms of interest. Using the example of the human proteome, we will describe the content of a complete proteome in the UniProt Knowledgebase (UniProtKB). We will show how manual expert curation of UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot is complemented by expert-driven… CONTINUE READING
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