The purpose of proteome mining is to identify as many of the components of the proteome as possible. In our previous discussions, we have considered “the proteome” as if it were a complete protein complement of all of the organism’s genes. However, this “master” proteome is something of an abstraction. No cell in any organism contains all proteins encoded by its genes all together at one time. Even in yeast, about a third of the yeast genome is not expressed at any given time.
KeywordsRetinal Pigment Epithelium Peptide Mixture Yeast Proteome Peak Parking Strong Cation Exchange Column
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