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A database of mass spectrometric assays for the yeast proteome

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Figure 1: Categorization of the yeast proteins represented in MRMAtlas by function and cellular abundance.


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We acknowledge C.H. Wong, V. Lange and L. Reiter for valuable assistance and insightful discussions; C. Miller and K. Miller, and N. Selevsek for testing the SRM assays developed in this study on Agilent and Thermo Fischer Scientific QQQ mass spectrometers, respectively; and R. Costenoble for valuable input and suggestions. This project was funded in part by the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zuerich, the Swiss National Science Foundation, with funds from the US National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, National Institutes of Health (N01-HV-28179) and by, the Swiss Initiative in Systems Biology. P.P. is the recipient of a Marie Curie Intra-European fellowship.

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Picotti, P., Lam, H., Campbell, D. et al. A database of mass spectrometric assays for the yeast proteome. Nat Methods 5, 913–914 (2008).

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