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Comprehensive, human cellular protein databases and their implication for the study of genome organization and function

(1989) FEBS LETTERS. 244(2). p.247-254
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Comprehensive, computerized databases of cellular protein information derived from the analysis of two-dimensional gels, together with recently developed techniques to microsequence proteins offer a new dimension to the study of genome organization and function. In particular, human protein databases provide an ideal framework in which to focus the human genome sequencing effort.

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Celis, Julio E, Gitte P Ratz, Peder Madsen, Borbola Gesser, Jette B Lauridsen, Sianette Kwee, Hanne Holm Rasmussen, et al. 1989. “Comprehensive, Human Cellular Protein Databases and Their Implication for the Study of Genome Organization and Function.” Febs Letters 244 (2): 247–254.
APA
Celis, J. E., Ratz, G. P., Madsen, P., Gesser, B., Lauridsen, J. B., Kwee, S., Rasmussen, H. H., et al. (1989). Comprehensive, human cellular protein databases and their implication for the study of genome organization and function. FEBS LETTERS, 244(2), 247–254.
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Celis JE, Ratz GP, Madsen P, Gesser B, Lauridsen JB, Kwee S, et al. Comprehensive, human cellular protein databases and their implication for the study of genome organization and function. FEBS LETTERS. 1989;244(2):247–54.
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Celis, Julio E, Gitte P Ratz, Peder Madsen, et al. “Comprehensive, Human Cellular Protein Databases and Their Implication for the Study of Genome Organization and Function.” FEBS LETTERS 244.2 (1989): 247–254. Print.
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  abstract     = {Comprehensive, computerized databases of cellular protein information derived from the analysis of two-dimensional gels, together with recently developed techniques to microsequence proteins offer a new dimension to the study of genome organization and function. In particular, human protein databases provide an ideal framework in which to focus the human genome sequencing effort.},
  author       = {Celis, Julio E and Ratz, Gitte P and Madsen, Peder and Gesser, Borbola and Lauridsen, Jette B and Kwee, Sianette and Rasmussen, Hanne Holm and Nielsen, Henrik V and Cr{\"u}ger, Dorthe and Basse, Bodil and Leffers, Henrik and Honor{\'e}, Bent and M{\o}ller, Olaf and Celis, Ariana and Vandekerckhove, Jo{\"e}l and Bauw, Guy and Van Damme, Jozef and Puype, Magda and Van Den Bulcke, Marc},
  issn         = {0014-5793},
  journal      = {FEBS LETTERS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {247--254},
  title        = {Comprehensive, human cellular protein databases and their implication for the study of genome organization and function},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0014-5793(89)80538-1},
  volume       = {244},
  year         = {1989},
}

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