TrypTag.org: A Trypanosome Genome-wide Protein Localisation Resource

@inproceedings{Dean2017TrypTagorgAT,
  title={TrypTag.org: A Trypanosome Genome-wide Protein Localisation Resource},
  author={Samuel Dean and Jack Daniel Sunter and Richard John Wheeler},
  booktitle={Trends in parasitology},
  year={2017}
}
TrypTag is a major resource which will contain the localisation of every protein encoded in the Trypanosoma brucei genome. Localisations of over 2000 proteins are already available via http://tryptag.org. This will be a transformative resource for enabling sophisticated analysis of conserved eukaryotic and parasite specific cell biology. 
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