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The ciliary proteome database: an integrated community resource for the genetic and functional dissection of cilia

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Figure 1: Ciliary proteome database site map.
Figure 2: Domain analysis of the human ciliary proteome.


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Overlap across human proteomics reports. (PDF 251 kb)

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Evaluation of common proteins reported by any two proteomics studies. (PDF 308 kb)

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Domain analysis of exclusively ciliary proteins. (PDF 267 kb)

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Analysis of the ciliary proteome database with a protein training set. (PDF 240 kb)

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Gherman, A., Davis, E. & Katsanis, N. The ciliary proteome database: an integrated community resource for the genetic and functional dissection of cilia. Nat Genet 38, 961–962 (2006).

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