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Where's Waldo in yeast?

Research in yeast provides the tools and benchmarks for a wide sweep of biology. The latest results reveal the most complete picture yet of the levels and locations of protein production in the organism.

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Wohlschlegel, J., Yates, J. Where's Waldo in yeast?. Nature 425, 671–672 (2003).

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