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Cellular Degradome Revealed by Mass Spec Analysis

News   Oct 23, 2018 | Original story from the Weizmann Institute

 
Cellular Dumpster-diving Enables Degradation Landscape Exploration

MAPP profile of discarded proteins from healthy subjects (top) and lupus patients (bottom) shows an abnormally high turnover of particular proteins in the histone family (browns). Credit: Weizmann Institute

 
 
 

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