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Uniting ENCODE with genome-wide proteomics

An important goal of future omics research is to determine how the annotated regions of the genome control the production of protein isoforms.

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Figure 1: Synergies to be achieved by uniting ENCODE and C-HPP.


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Paik, YK., Hancock, W. Uniting ENCODE with genome-wide proteomics. Nat Biotechnol 30, 1065–1067 (2012).

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