NEW YORK, Jan. 10—Proteomics researchers at Cellzome and MDS Proteomics have made substantial advances in decoding the yeast proteome, using accelerated techniques that rapidly identify protein function and characterize multidimensional protein complexes. The findings come in two papers published in the Jan. 10 issue of Nature, released today.

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