Mass Spectrometry Pandey plugs proteomics for genome annotation | GenomeWeb

Scientists will miss the complete genome picture if they continue to use the old standby tools for annotation and finding protein-coding genes, according to Akhilesh Pandey. “As a community, we need to remind ourselves time and again that the problem is not solved, and we must use alternative methods,” says Pandey, an assistant professor at the McKusick-Nathans Institute of Genetic Medicine at Johns Hopkins.

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