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Unexpectedly High Proportion of Our Body's Protein Affected by Sex and Diet

News   Apr 25, 2019 | Original story from the EMBL Heidelberg

 
Unexpectedly High Proportion of Our Body's Protein Affected by Sex and Diet

The proteotype of an individual is substantially affected by both its sex and its diet. Credit: Aleksandra Krolik on behalf of EMBL.

 
 
 

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