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||Mouse Mus musculus
||Lu P, Vogel C, Wang R, Yao X, Marcotte EM. Absolute protein expression profiling estimates the relative contributions of transcriptional and translational regulation. Nat Biotechnol. 2007 Jan25(1):117-24.PubMed ID17187058
||Researchers report a method for large-scale absolute protein expression measurements (APEX) and apply it to estimate the relative contributions of transcriptional- and translational-level gene regulation in the yeast and Escherichia coli proteomes. APEX relies upon correcting each protein's mass spectrometry sampling depth (observed peptide count) by learned probabilities for identifying the peptides.
||Table contains The 1391 proteins identified from mouse T lymphoma cells. Proteins' GI numbers and annotation and estimated relative protein abundance (estimated from the # of peptides identified per protein per location).